Re: 90's Heavyweights
If you took time to read the two interviews of people who gave away that document, you would know that both of them admitted to knowing almost nothing about steroids, and when they wrote those two letters, they simply didn't know the difference between a steroid and a prohibited substance. Ephedra-based drugs were prohibited, although it happened only a couple of years after that fight, but they were probably included to the list earlier, while they were still researching if it does harm to health or not. Jones admitted to taking a ephedra-based Ripped Fuel. But the thing is not only ephedra is not a steroid, but it doesn't help to build up muscles, on the contrary it helps to reduce weight. The official research by US federal organizations claimed they found no useful advantages that ephedra-based drugs give to anyone, except reduce weight. The only reason why they were prohibited is because of possible harm to health in some cases.