Steroids for wraslin? That's for a different reason - it's not for any type of atheticism or recovery, they take it only to produce muscle mass, so that they look good in their speedos.
No offense to you, but as a former pro-wrestling fan, I get really tired of this kind of ignorance. Pro wrestling, even if it is scripted, requires a tremendous amount of skill. I liken it to the NFL. There are guys who are basically just big fat no-talent hacks, and then there are guys who are extraordinary athletes and could run, jump, and fly circles around most "real" athletes. Prime-time marquee matches sometimes last upwards of an hour and require an incredible amount of endurance.
Also consider that most career pro-wrestlers would hold their own in any career-related injury contest. I would specifically recommend reading "Have a Nice Day," the superbly done self-written (no ghost-writer) autobiography of one of pro-wrestling's better known personalities: Mick Foley (that's his real name, he's had many different "character" names). Did I mention the book was #1 on the NY Times best-seller list for several weeks?
In short, just because pro-wrestling is "scripted" does not mean it is "fake." Injuries can and quite often do happen, and there is just as much wheeling, dealing, back-stabbing, coming-of-age, paying-your-dues and all of that other stuff in wrestling as there is in any "real" sport, if not more.
Here's a nice bit from Foley's book:
"Now, we should probably get something straight. I know you didn't pay $25 (unless your cheap ass waited for the paperback) to have your intelligence insulted. I will not try to portray professional wrestling as being a 'real, competitive sport.' I will readily admit to occasionally stomping my foot on the mat, and always placing a greater emphasis on entertainment than on winning. I have however over the course of fifteen years of blood, sweat and tears, compiled a list of injuries that I would compare to that of any "legitimate" athlete. So unless otherwise noted, consider all injuries to be legit. In our strange little world of sports-entertainment, I hope you will see that life can be both 'real' and 'competitive'."
And that list of injuries (which is listed on an illustration in the back of the book) includes eight concussions, four front teeth knocked out, broken jaw, two broken noses, a broken right wrist, a bruised kidney, five broken ribs and two herniated discs, among other things.