If you look at natural bodybuilding (in which they still juice, lmfao) vs professional bodybuilding, you will realize that those natural bodybuilders will NEVER, and I mean NEVER, even if they did everything to the best they could for the rest of their lives, compete with the professional body builders, you will see what steroids can do. The natural will never be able to achieve what the pro will. This applies to fighting as well. I don't see how you don't see that as morally wrong. You can't say it wasn't the steroids directly, it was a result of hard work and dedication, because they would not be able to work as hard without whatever steroids/PED's they use, so if you take out the steroids, and they can't do that, then it clearly IS the steroids.
On October 14, Sakuraba was defeated by Nagata in a singles rematch between the two. Following the match, Sakuraba and Nagata came together to accept a challenge issued by Daniel and Rolles Gracie  On January 4, 2014, at Wrestle Kingdom 8 in Tokyo Dome , Sakuraba and Nagata defeated the Gracies via disqualification, after Nagata was choked out with a gi.  A rematch between the two teams took place on February 11 at The New Beginning in Osaka and saw Rolles submit Sakuraba for the win.  Sakuraba suffered another loss against the Gracies on May 3 at Wrestling Dontaku 2014 , where he teamed with Shinsuke Nakamura.  On May 25 at Back to the Yokohama Arena , Sakuraba ended the Gracies' win streak by defeating Rolles in a singles match.  Sakuraba then started a new rivalry with Minoru Suzuki ,  while also forming a partnership with Toru Yano , who was also involved in his own rivalry with Suzuki's Suzuki-gun stable. The partnership led to Sakuraba becoming an associate of Yano's Chaos stable,  eventually becoming a full-time member.  The rivalry between Sakuraba and Suzuki culminated in a match on January 4, 2015, at Wrestle Kingdom 9 in Tokyo Dome, where Sakuraba was defeated. 
Uwais has a classic Hollywood (or in his case, Jakarta) origin story. He was discovered in his Silat dojo by filmmaker Gareth Evans, who was so impressed with the young martial artist that he cast him in his first movie, 2009’s Merantau . But it was their second collaboration, 2012’s The Raid , that blew the proverbial doors off and signaled his arrival as a martial arts star. Considered one of the best martial arts movies of all time, it’s action packed, impeccably choreographed and absolutely brutal. The sequel, 2014’s The Raid 2 , is equally celebrated. He also had a short but memorable cameo in Star Wars: The Force Awakens .