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Maidana's Adviser Has No Knowledge of Investigation

By Salvador Rodriguez

Sebastian Contursi, the adviser to WBA welterweight champion Marcos Maidana, has no knowledge of an ongoing investigation into last Saturday's decision victory over Adrien Broner at the Alamodome in San Antonio.

TMZ reported on Tuesday - citing "sources close to Broner" - that the Texas Commission is investigating the allegations that strength and conditioning coach Alex Ariza, between the eleventh and twelfth rounds, slipped something to Maidana.

Conturi has no knowledge of any investigation and nobody has informed him of any post-fight issues.

"I think this is crazy, that they are even thinking that [Maidana] was given something. But whenever Ariza is [involved], he always becomes a target. Nobody from the Texas Commission has said anything to us," Contursi said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ralph22 on 12-18-2013

1st-brooner was already beaten by the start of round eleven he needed a ko to win. 2nd-chino didnt look good in rounds 11 & 12 he was very tired and got hurt couple times lucky for him he had brooner…

Comment by LoadedWraps on 12-18-2013

Comment by IMDAZED on 12-18-2013

Is this sh*t still going on? The guy got dropped in round two - did anyone see something get slipped in between those rounds as well?

Comment by smithlevil on 12-18-2013

have ever heard of the block pill

Comment by Ericd314 on 12-18-2013

How ironic of some of these posters, the same posters who say AB should be ashame of accusing Maidana of cheating cuz AB got his a$$ whooped are the same posters who said JMM was juicing after he knocked Pacquiao…

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