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Old 12-28-2012, 10:26 PM #40
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Originally Posted by Redd Foxx View Post
Why isn't anyone in boxing doing extra testing outside of Donaire? You're acting as if extra testing is the norm.
Don't forget that Mayweather also does testing above and beyond what the commissions require. Even if it's not 365 days a year like Nonito.

But that's besides the point. If Pac's camp was so suspicious of JMM before the fight, and especially so after the fight, why didn't they take him up on the offer to do more testing?
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