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  • Originally posted by blowblow View Post

    "just in case" doesn't mean cheating.. it's anticipating and preventing something that might hinder the biggest fight in boxing.. it's not like making yourself numb from pain. what's cheating is using the IV's or let's say ALREADY taken.. compared that "ALREADY taken" to "seeking approval", which of these is more of a cheating.. can you tell me? floyd caught cheating right?
    Sure I'll tell you.


    Using an IV was not illegal as per NSAC rules at the time Floyd did it. So...nothing there.


    Pacquiao attempting to cheat by attempting to numb his entire body for no reason at all....is attempting to cheat. It's very simple.

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    • Originally posted by travestyny View Post

      Sure I'll tell you.


      Using an IV was not illegal as per NSAC rules at the time Floyd did it. So...nothing there.


      Pacquiao attempting to cheat by attempting to numb his entire body for no reason at all....is attempting to cheat. It's very simple.
      do you think numbing the body gives you an advantage? you're too smart man..

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      • Originally posted by blowblow View Post

        do you think numbing the body gives you an advantage? you're too smart man..
        Of course it does. It's a boxing match in which the opponent is trying to cause you pain. Why do you think they didn't allow it???


        Jesus Christ. You guys need to go back to school.

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        • Originally posted by travestyny View Post

          Of course it does. It's a boxing match in which the opponent is trying to cause you pain. Why do you think they didn't allow it???


          Jesus Christ. You guys need to go back to school.
          it does make you numb and dumb at the same time for not feeling your body completely functional.. you should go back to kindergarten... i'll accompany you.

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          • Originally posted by blowblow View Post

            it does make you numb and dumb at the same time for not feeling your body completely functional.. you should go back to kindergarten... i'll accompany you.
            Can you say that again in English?

            Obviously if the objective is to make your opponent feel pain...and they can't feel pain...that is not an even playing field. I'm surprised I have to explain that to you.

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            • Originally posted by travestyny View Post

              Can you say that again in English?

              Obviously if the objective is to make your opponent feel pain...and they can't feel pain...that is not an even playing field. I'm surprised I have to explain that to you.
              do some research man

              toradol side effects:

              Upset stomach, nausea, vomiting, constipation, diarrhea, gas, dizziness, or drowsiness may occur. If any of these effects persist or worsen, tell your doctor or pharmacist promptly. This medication may raise your blood pressure.

              what makes you think that toradol can make you a superman? oh come on..

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              • Originally posted by blowblow View Post

                do some research man

                toradol side effects:

                Upset stomach, nausea, vomiting, constipation, diarrhea, gas, dizziness, or drowsiness may occur. If any of these effects persist or worsen, tell your doctor or pharmacist promptly. This medication may raise your blood pressure.

                what makes you think that toradol can make you a superman? oh come on..
                What does that have to do with him trying to take it, though?

                Go read what NFL players say about Toradol. Claiming it makes them feel that they can run through a brick wall and not feel it.


                He was also introduced to the prescription painkiller Toradol. In his rookie year, Davis watched many of his veteran teammates take it before games and sometimes practice. He never liked the idea of painkillers -- he rarely even took Tylenol or Advil. But as he adjusted to the violence of the NFL, Toradol made him feel numb on the field, masking any bumps or bruises. "Guys can run through a brick wall on that stuff," he says.

                https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/...-happened-next

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                • Originally posted by travestyny View Post

                  What does that have to do with him trying to take it, though?

                  Go read what NFL players say about Toradol. Claiming it makes them feel that they can run through a brick wall and not feel it.

                  by saying pac is asking for their permission to take toradol means it has limitations that was enough for shoulder injury. how would you compare that to an NFL player who's taking a tons of it? don't compare a little amount to a massive one.. toradol doesn't work the same for everyone.. aren't you aware of the side effects? no need to be medically wise here.

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                  • Originally posted by blowblow View Post

                    by saying pac is asking for their permission to take toradol means it has limitations that was enough for shoulder injury. how would you compare that to an NFL player who's taking a tons of it? don't compare a little amount to a massive one.. toradol doesn't work the same for everyone.. aren't you aware of the side effects? no need to be medically wise here.
                    What?

                    He wasn't asking for permission. His doctor began the process of shooting him up with it, when he was stopped by NSAC officials.

                    And no, Toradol numbs your entire body. Besides that, as Pac and his Doctor's statements reveal, there was no injury at that time. He was back to full strength at that time. So he was essentially trying to take it for no reason.

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                    • Originally posted by travestyny View Post

                      What?

                      He wasn't asking for permission. His doctor began the process of shooting him up with it, when he was stopped by NSAC officials.

                      And no, Toradol numbs your entire body. Besides that, as Pac and his Doctor's statements reveal, there was no injury at that time. He was back to full strength at that time. So he was essentially trying to take it for no reason.
                      well it's up to you this debate will not going to end. believe what you want.. but the fact pac won if you watch closely and carefully you can't deny floyd lose.

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