Originally Posted by USADA
The problem is that the NSAC would look extremely incompetent *IF* Pacquiao was caught using PED's while using another testing organization such as the USADA.
To save their own behind from that potential embarrassment, I feel they will decide that random blood testing isn't necessary for this fight.
If we're to be honest with ourselves, this blood testing fiasco is bigger than Mayweather or Pacquiao. We have the chance to make superior drug testing mandatory for all fights, which would clean up the sport. The only losers is this outcome would be the cheaters.
THANK YOU! I know your name might make people think your being biased, but that's exactly what I think on the matter (the bold part), it will help Boxing in the long run... make it a much cleaner sport and give it a better name.
As a big Boxing fan, I don't wanna watch a sport whilst supporting fighters who then turn out to be using illegal drugs, I want to be watching a clean sport where cheating is kept to the absolute minimum amd will give other people the opportunity to have there chance and compete, for all we know people might have lost there biggest fights against opponents when they have been fair and the other may have been cheating. The Olympic style testing is much better for the sport all together.
And all this bull**** about it not happening before, all I am gonna say is that it has to start off from somewhere... everything does.