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Old 06-15-2018, 06:44 AM #29
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Originally Posted by Elroy The Great View Post
you cant assume a person is guilty or that they are/were guilty at any given time just to suit a need/agenda
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fights fans should either be all in or all out when it comes to test results
Nobody is questioning actual test results, but we know it's easy for boxers to use PEDs without getting caught by cycling off before testing starts.

We also know that testing for the May fight between GGG and Canelo started earlier than it did for the first fight, and that if it hadn't started earlier, Canelo wouldn't have got caught out.

We don't know for sure, but I don't think it's unreasonable to suspect that he might have been using clen for the first fight, but didn't get caught because testing started a month later than it did for the rematch.
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