Wrestling has shaped my childhood as much as alot of you. I looked up to these stars who where larger then life to me as a kid. I would have my own matches with the action figures, practice the moves on friends and faithfully watch Wrestling on Saturday afternoons. Now as an adult and seeing the other side of wrestling. Its sports entertainment, but now it is comming to light of the dangers of the sport, and it seems no one is taking it seriously. Stars like Benoit, and Test had pretty well brain damage at the time of their death. Why do Wrestlers still push themselves to get hurt in the ring knowing the consequences of head injuries or concussions? When we were kids, these superstars looked like there were just built to take a pounding, but realisticly, these guys are dying! I still like wrestling from back in the day and lately have been watching a ton of youtube clips of old matches and interviews, and looking back, the sport was not as bad as it is presently. I know that no matter what , all wrestlers bodies can only take so much and will catch up with them sooner or later, but every year now it seems they push the envelope with how far the human body can be pushed for our entertainment. This brings up another problem. Wrestlers who have major injuries are told to keep going or be fired, so they resort to pain killers. They are doing matches, night after night, so they are exhausted and resort to cocaine to stay awake. Thats why so many of our beloved stars are gone, because they are pushed to the very brink of how much the human body can take. Why knowing this would Wrestlers continue? Why can't things change in the industry to stop the use of drugs, steroids, and severe injuries so that it can still be sports entertainment, and not like a real life Running Man where we are watching someone slowly die?