Mayweather, Pacquiao Drug Tests Ordered By NSAC
By Mark Vester
According to a report on Yahoo Sports , the Nevada State Athletic Commission has ordered immediate drug tests for both Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. Chairman Pat Lundvall issued the demand on Monday pursuant to the NSAC's random testing policy, which is connected to the World Anti Doping Agency’s guidelines.
The tests have nothing to do with the failed negotiations to make a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight for March 13. Yahoo Sports was told that both fighters, because they are licensed in Nevada, are subject to random urine tests. Lundvall told NSAC executive director Keith Kizer to tell the camps of Mayweather and Pacquiao that both of them will be tested by an independent company called LabCorp. Mayweather will provide his sample in Las Vegas and Pacquiao will go to an approved laboratory in the Philippines.
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What ever happened with this? We know Pac submitted his test and was clean but last I heard May had not yet submitted his.Comment by blackops on 12-29-2009
This urine test ordered by NSAC is a farce because Pacquaio's camp is being notified in advance of the test. It doesn't prove anything because Pacquaio will pass. The only way to determine whether Pacquaio is juicing up or not…Comment by gattigal on 12-29-2009
[QUOTE=!! 2Tough !!;7109815]exactly so easy to bribe ppl there coz they are poor!!!! :tragedy: :grumpy: :skull:[/QUOTE] Easy to bribe people here coz they are greedy!!!!!!! :pat:Comment by FLY TY on 12-29-2009
[QUOTE=StarRican;7114913]I'll up you one better, why is Freddy Roach so damm quite?!?![/QUOTE] said the same shit yesterday......since this steroid shit became a big deal, roach & ariza have been noticeably quiet......Comment by Hallaqsillaq on 12-29-2009
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