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Old 05-19-2012, 04:19 PM
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Originally Posted by FlatLine View Post
The reason I'm toying with this idea is because Vitali already got caught for steroid use back in the day and he admits he used them.

Here's the article about it http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/oth...oid-abuse.html

Klitschko's have complete autonomy in nearly all their fights, could they control the testing too? Maybe they have that much power over in Europe. So given the fact that Vitali already got caught cheating then adding to the fact that everyone says the Klitschkos hit real hard, what's the chance they're using something too in light of the recent VADA discoveries?

I probably wouldn't have questioned them had Vitali not got caught before but it does make you wonder if they're getting away with more than just a size advantage. What would happen if they got caught again. Surely if Haye fights Vitali they'll have to have some form of VADA testing?
I suppose you are a "toy-er", otherwise you wouldn't have wasted this space on your empty-headed, likely malicious, and in reality, irrelevant piece of nonsense. Klitschko wasn't "instantly thrown off" any team. The susbstance was dicovered in the test, he was informed, they investigated and found it was the prescription medication he got from his doctor. It was reported at the time, because there was publicity about 2 brothers being favourites for the two 2 weights.

And your silly reason for bring it up now, is futile, becase, as you can see even in the tendentious link you've given, testing is routine in Germany. Pfooey!
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