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Boomer & Carton: Rousey’s Dominance, A-Rod’s Deficiency And More

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A Chat On Hypergonadism

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On the subject of the most dominant athletes in the world, for Craig’s money the crown belongs to none other than Ronda Rousey (pictured dominating an over-matched opponent), fresh off her 16-second victory over the weekend.  Boomer didn’t necessarily agree, citing the lack of competition in the world of woman’s MMA, but it’s kinda hard to deny Miss Rousey’s dominance.

Moving right along to a man who once dominated Major League Baseball like no other, Alex Rodriguez, who was apparently allowed by the MLB officials to take testosterone back in 2007.  While discussing the latest on A-Rod, the medical condition known as hypergonadism came up, and we’ll just leave it at that…