Is that why he took it upon himself to do world tours focusing on mental health? 95% of interviews he does, he never fails to mention his miracle recovery story, almost to point of parody. Are we now to argue that steroids provides no benefits? Had Fury not taken roids to help rapidly strip all that weight off, I highly doubt we'd be seeing him compete at a high level. Not to mention, the rapid recovery that results from using, which means more time to train and more time to improve. I highly doubt a fighter would be risking their reputation and career if there were marginal benefits to using roids. It's a bit weak to suggest that it's fine for fury to cheat, because in your mind there is the notion that everybody is else is also cheating. That;s similar to how a thief that has been caught red headed and seeks to absolve himself of responsibility, by telling the judge that everyone else has stolen something sometime before, so what's the big deal!