I'm not going to say it's easy, but there's definitely a lot of tandem work involved. In MMA it's resistance the whole time, constantly struggling, not working together with your opponent in order to create spectacle.
Undoubtedly MMA is harder in regards to the level of fitness you need and what you have to do in the ring, I just hate these guys who know nothing about the world of pro-wrestling and assume it's an easy life because they are acting.
I think we are sailing away from the main subject, I dont see any correlation between abuse of drugs/steroids and the level of physical damage you have to take between MMA and Wrestling...
I understand your point though, and I admit it must be difficult because there is so much competition they are trying to give the best out of themselves... But this is another problem that has nothing to do with the "toughness" of the sport.. Taking massive amount of drugs must be hard on the body, but its not the same toughness that translate to taking punches in the head
I'm just attempting to open your eyes to what the life of Pro-Wrestlers is really like man, you don't really understand it. The reason they are on these massive amounts of drugs is what they put their bodies through, they aren't addicted because they love the taste. They get barely any time off and are away from their families and homes most of the time.
When you say you'd rather be in the WWE than doing MMA, I don't think you really know what you are saying, I mean you weren't even able to recognize a simple botch a few pages ago.
If you simply want to talk about the level of physical damage between MMA and Pro-Wrestling, it wouldn't even be close.
I have come to a conclusion, I think Brock will take this second round tko.