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Do you think it is okay to use performing enhancing drugs in sports Most people would agree because they would say that taking enhancing drugs improves players performance and make them play over the top which makes the game more interesting The more interesting the games are the more fans are gained Another reason people would say it is okay to take these drugs is if players get hurt If a valuable player gets hurt people want them to heal faster This way they can get back into the game and have a better chance at winning It is not okay to use performing enhancing drugs because sports are about fairness health and talentWould we really love watching our favorite sport if it was unfair We all know we would not enjoy watching our favorite team lose to a cheating team Fairness is what makes the game interesting Most people get more into the games that are close ones Just imagine the close Kentucky vs Louisville basketball game and Kentucky makes the last second shot winning the game by two points That is twenty times better game then having a blow out game But if Kentucky was taking performance enhancing drugs and won by fifty no one would be interested and fans will dropPeople want to watch their favorite team with talented players and if a team does not have talented players fans will drop The one most important thing in a sport and for a player is pure natural talent There are so many players ruining their talent by taking these drugs Talent is what got them where they are now The game is so much better with two teams both talented This makes the game more exciting to watchThe game would not be exciting to watch if players health was not in great shape If players are taking performance-enhancing drugs they will not be in tip top shape Performing enhancing drugs may help
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