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Old 12-28-2012, 09:57 PM #38
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Originally Posted by ShoulderRoll View Post
It shows that stricter testing was suggested by both Roach and Marquez. But stricter testing didn't happen.

My question is why? Manny certainly was in a position to insist on it.
Still sounds like you're bickering with the Packsters, and with a weak argument at that. Why isn't anyone in boxing doing extra testing outside of Donaire? You're acting as if extra testing is the norm. No one is fooled. By all means, promote extra testing. But don't troll Pac fans, acting as if something odd is going on.
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