1. He used a supplement not covered by Conte
2. Nandrolone is a steroid, if you're talking about what Morales tested for, it's an anabolic agent.
3. Berto tested for nandrolone in the trillionth range, such a minuscule amount that there's no way he took it with intent and it's consistent with contamination.
Well that seems to be the general consensus here, I've been compared to hitler for bringing it up by some. Anyway I understand what you're saying. But my issue is that you're trying to categorize these two separate situations within each other, while one was different in one important way. And that important difference was based solely based on that B sample coming back negative. If Morales has absolutely NO TRACE of any banned substances in his body, why should the fight not go on?
They even announced that if he HAD tested positive then the fight would be off (obviously) but that wasn't the case.
Berto failed the A and B sample, which means the steroids were in his body, even what little amount it was.
When have I ever implied that skin color or race was involved?
Both men were tested for trace amounts of a banned substance. Both men have reasons of contamination that are consistent with other cases in the past.
One man is given the hook, the other man isn't.
Both men have tested for banned substances in their bodies.
People are not upholding the same standards when they compare a fighter they like to one they don't care about.