LOTIERZO: Now You Have All Reasons Needed To Boycott Mayweather-Berto

This Saturday night, boxing’s biggest star, Floyd Mayweather 48-0 (26) takes on Andre Berto 30-3 (23) in defense of his WBC welterweight and WBA super welterweight titles.

The fight hasn’t gone over well at the box office and interest in the bout isn’t even lukewarm. And a lot of that has to do with the residual stench of the faux fight of the century between Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao this past May. The fight with Pacquiao was the ultimate letdown from an action perspective. And the choice of Berto as his follow- up opponent, a guy who is 3-3 in his last six bouts, doesn’t help.

On May 31st 2015 it was stated in this space:

“The biggest revelation pertaining to the showdown occurred at the post fight press conference when Manny Pacquiao announced that he went into the fight with an injured shoulder. The injury occurred during training in early April. However, during training Pacquiao was allowed to get injections of toradol for his shoulder and was able to proceed with his preparations for the fight. Pacquiao’s camp cleared getting the shots with USADA, the drug-testing body that Mayweather’s side insisted upon. USADA says, ‘Fine, a shot of toradol is fine.’ So you’d think there’d be no problem getting them on fight night. Ultimately at the 11th hour the Nevada State Athletic Commission says Pacquiao can’t get the shot of toradol because of essentially a clerical error, because some box wasn’t checked off, a form wasn’t filled right. If people are mad at anybody for Pacquiao not being at his best, if that’s the belief, be mad at the Nevada State Athletic Commission, in my view.”

A couple days before the Berto fight, it’s been alleged that Mayweather, the fighter who wanted so badly to clean up boxing, circumvented the system himself.

As was reported in the Washington Post:

According to a report by Thomas Hauser of SB Nation, Mayweather received two intravenous injections, adding up to 750 milliliters of fluid, the day before the May 2 fight, which he won by unanimous decision in Las Vegas. The fluids that the boxer’s camp said were in the injections, mixtures of saline solution and vitamins, would not have been inherently illegal, but the quantity, in that time frame, could have masked another substance and would have been in violation of rules set forth by the World Anti-Doping Agency. Furthermore, representatives of USADA, which is supposed to abide by WADA rules, became aware of the injections when they went to administer a drug test to Mayweather, but the agency failed to report the incident to the Nevada State Athletic Commission, which sanctioned the fight. The NSAC was only made aware of the injections nearly three weeks after the bout, and even then, USADA claimed that it had granted Mayweather a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE), basically a get-out-of-jail-free card, which some experts quoted by Hauser found very odd, at the very least.

Also on May 31st 2015 it was stated in this space:

“So I only have one question that no one has asked, if Floyd Mayweather needed the shot of toradol, do you think the Nevada commission would’ve refused him due to a technicality as they did Pacquiao? I say no way on God’s clay and granite planet…simply because keeping Mayweather undefeated is big business. No way would he have been declined, yet Pacquiao was because it was better for business if Floyd left the ring 48-0. Think about that the next time you contemplate picking Mayweather to lose at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Floyd Mayweather is practically the Vegas boxing commission and he gets what he wants. If he’s accepted the proposed terms of the fight, there ain’t no way in the world he’s losing.”

Well it certainly appears that the fighter who delayed the Pacquiao fight for six years because of the fear that Pacquiao was using illegal PEDs, is the biggest phony and hypocrite in boxing history.

The revelation is that Mayweather took an overabundance of the mixtures of saline solution and vitamins could’ve masked other substances and that would’ve been in violation of rules set forth by the anti-doping agency. And when this occurred it wasn’t reported to the Nevada State Athletic commission. Or as I believe, the NSAC was complicit and didn’t want to know because they were tilting the table against Pacquiao and aiding Mayweather.

Now you have every reason in the world not to purchase Mayweather’s fight with Andre Berto. You’re not going to hurt Andre because his money is guaranteed, but Mayweather will get a big piece of the total buys. So why help him any further when you now know with a high degree of certainty that he’s about as believable as New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. And like Brady, if you live in the real world no one ever gets caught circumventing the rules the first time you attempt it. At least I know anytime in my life I tried to game the system or get over, I never got caught the first time and I doubt you have.

And like Brady probably knowing the footballs used in the AFC championship game versus the Indianapolis Colts were most likely under inflated, I can’t say for sure that Floyd’s two IV interjections were the reason he won the fight against Pacquiao. All that I do know is that like Brady, Mayweather felt that his pre-bout IV aided him, and a lot of competing in sports at the highest level is more mental than it is physical.

Who knows what Mayweather took or possibly gave himself enough time to cleanse from his system for the upcoming fight with Berto? All that I know is like all Mayweather fights in Vegas, because he seemingly controls the commission, in my opinion, the deck is stacked against Berto. Andre has probably given so much blood for PED testing he could replenish the Red Cross. In the meantime, who knows what Mayweather has been doing, because he sets the rules and controls the NSAC.

Berto can’t beat the system and win a legitimate decision and he’s not good enough to knock Floyd out. Oh, and it’s very doubtful that the fight will be fan friendly, regardless how personal Berto has said that it is. So why bother getting gouged again by the fighter who has stolen and lied to his fans more than any other star fighter/boxer in history?

Let those who get paid to report on the fight do the leg work. I say keep walking, there’s nothing to see that you haven’t seen already when it comes to Mayweather vs. Berto. Wake up fans, and either go out Saturday night or checkout the Oregon (7) at Michigan St. (5) game Saturday night. It’ll be more action packed and less pre-ordained!

Frank Lotierzo can be contacted at GlovedFist@Gmail.com

Photo From Esther Lin/SHOWTIME

COMMENTS

-Froggy :

Great read, and I can't wait to hear what some of Mayweathers excuse makers have to say now !


-Kid Blast :

"In a world where you can?t believe anything you hear and only a quarter of what you see, it?s impossible to know when to be outraged and to whom that outrage should be directed. So people stop caring. And when they stop caring nothing but bad happens."


-Radam G :

Super great copy! And I'm with Froggy. I cannot wait for cesspool of feces that the groupies, peons and make-believe ____ ____s of Money May is going to come up with. A TSS reader and writer can say the exact same thing, but only the reader/poster is going to be attacked. That is the thing about Money May's _____ _____s. They have cojones the size of sunflower seeds. Holla!


-SouthPawFlo :

Another article about the fighter that no one wants to see And the fight no one wants to watch... But his articles seem to get the most comments for some reason... Go figure


-Radam G :

Another article about the fighter that no one wants to see And the fight no one wants to watch... But his articles seem to get the most comments for some reason... Go figure
Because lil Floyd is an archmaster in not only boksing, but bulljiving, tricks of the trades and his awesome optical illusions in every facet of da game. I give it up to Money May. On himself, he can make the attention stay. And good or bad, he doesn't care what you say. And 95 percent of the time, he has it his way. Like a darn god, to him many people pray. Holla!


-amayseng :

Another article about the fighter that no one wants to see And the fight no one wants to watch... But his articles seem to get the most comments for some reason... Go figure
I know right CAN YOU believe it???????????? Sooooooooo crazy that on a fucking forum of boxing enthusiasts that talk nonstop boxing all day everyday like the maniacs that we are that we are talking about your fucking idol and hero Floyd Mayweather being a cheat, hypocrite and who was just found through FACTS to have broken the rules, potentially using PEDS in a sport where you can kill another human being... So crazy for us to be talking about a man who said he was all about a fair playing field while slandering others on false pretense may have been cheating all along. I have been nothing short of respectful to you but my God Get over your saveFloyd campaign it is absolutely disgusting. Be a man and stop whining over adults you have no control over talking boxing about possibly the biggest PEDS cover up sense Lance Armstrong just because he is your idol. No one is talking about the Berto fight


-michigan400 :

Karma!!


-leon30001 :

At no point - at NO point - did I think Mayweather wasn't juicing through the Pacquiao accusation era. Hiding in plain sight. It's really pretty basic. Won't bother his acolytes, though...not one iota. In the Twitter era, it has become abundantly clear that there is literally no limit to the stupidity that people are capable of displaying. I guess that's why the politicians can get away with literally anything...it's so, "so "easy to pull the con-game! By the way, my certainty of Floyd's guilt was partly predicated on his behavior in the build-up to the Corrales fight; don't know if you recall, but Floyd was dedicating the fight to "the victims of domestic violence", to get inside Chico's head given his recent battery case. As we all know, turns out Floyd is a women beater "par-excellence"...so he's pulled this EXACT SAME act of shifting the attention onto the other guy before.


-Art :

Kudos to the writer!! I love this site!! The only site that has writers that are not afraid to tell it exactly like it is!! Thank you Frank!! Enjoy the game!!


-stormcentre :

Super great copy! And I'm with Froggy. I cannot wait for cesspool of feces that the groupies, peons and make-believe ____ ____s of Money May is going to come up with. A TSS reader and writer can say the exact same thing, but only the reader/poster is going to be attacked. That is the thing about Money May's _____ _____s. They have cojones the size of sunflower seeds. Holla!
Wow, I feel like I have walked into a puppy compound. One where those whom aren't squealing and wetting themselves, are either trying to lick themselves clean and/or still stuck in humping gear from all the previously misplaced faith and selective interpretation. Down Radam - down. :) Now I know you feed your brains all the right stuff, and I know you would never get arthritis due to all those vitamins and minerals you know of - but can't tell us about; so hopefully this will be easy for you to grasp. We are still waiting on you to explain all your previous claims, so the ball is in your court. Or should we say; we're waiting for you to prove that the last 20 or so claims you have made and ran from doesn't mean that (hypocritically) you yourself may have cojones the size of sunflower seeds. God, I love how funny and easy this is. I have never seen people continuously make the same mistake so many times, over and over; simply willing their misinterpretations to come true, and pretending the facts they step over are not real. It's akin to smashing your head against a brick wall, complaining about it and the blood on your shirt, then doing it again, and then - after all that - still releasing totally baseless claims and hypocritically calling onlookers liars, as a means to vent your frustration and avoid the truth. Social experiment; the truth and MayPac. Anyway, just cause you're a legend that would probably eat his own dog - but only if he wasn't feeding his brains correctly; I'll keep things simple and in single digits for you - because I know all the related considerations to this matter, and also my previous statements with respect to both Pacquaio and Mayweather's future carbon isotope PED testing is something you (and others) like to pretend doesn't exist. Like most truths. After all, they do get in the way of a good story and hate session don't they? OK, here goes . . . . 1) Pacquaio seemed to have no issue with Oscar rehydrating via IV when they fought. Why is this and does it have something to do with the contractual terms Pacquaio was happy to dictate in that fight? 2) I noticed you have not explained the vitamins, minerals and other foods that supposedly cure arthritis and justify kicking a sick man. You know the ones - same vitamins, minerals and other foods that you were (magically) using to (promote yourself and) justify kicking Roger with for having arthritis, before you moved goalposts and then tried to make out all your were saying related to diabetes. 3) Also, I noticed your 20,000 times a second circulation claim seems to be abandoned. How does this work with IV fusions (whether they are accepted or not by Pacquaio on his opponent's part) - please explain? 4) I noticed you seemed to have skipped over all the relevant considerations here;
->http://www.thesweetscience.com/forums/showthread.php?22532-Hauser-Fires-At-USADA-and-Floyd-USADA-Responds&p=87564&viewfull=1#post87564 Some not only show my (again overlooked on your part) evenhandedness to the Pacquaio PED scandal, and also those related accusations pertaining to Floyd - but also offer a tangible and factual means to rally against Floyd. Yes I know it means yawl may have to read/understand the issues and also not stick so closely to FloydHate factoids; exposing and boring for you I admit. Furthermore, it seems sad that within the above link, some (if not all) are possibly representative of just how much rational considerations and facts are abruptly rejected by some whom - at the same time - not only fail to understand/read all related information (because they don't feed their brains properly cause they're too busy throwing stones in glass paddocks?) whilst displaying a blind preference for crying about and claiming others are "peons" - but also fail to realize that that very ignorant action actually means that they're "peons" themselves. Love it !!!! That's so hypocritical, silly, and na?ve that it's hilarious. Please (all that subscribe to this approach) keep it up so we can laugh.
Helpful (secret) hint to come up to speed on being the (reliable) boxing aficionado you would like to be; if you guys (including you NostRADAMus the magic potion mixer) really wanted to beat up on Floyd, the way to properly do it would be to - not prematurely accept snippets of selective information that immediately brings a wet ejaculate like feeling down the inner leg accompanied by a little puppy squeak, that also makes you feel good about (continuously) not availing yourselves of all the facts - but, instead, to think, read, understand, and (only) then ask meaningful questions. Questions like; why the contract between him and USADA was designed in such a way where the WADA policies can be circumvented. I know this type of thinking will be hard for some at first. But just (feed your brains with magic {but unannounced} vitamins and minerals, and) think of how much better aligned it will be with how you promote yourself if you continue with it - let alone if you perfect it as well as your current practices of pretending fiction is fact and screaming from the rooftops about it. 5) Now, please let me pause for a second and laugh at how apt that last point (4) is. As last night - when I first saw this article - I was going to (before anyone else had posted) write something like ""I can't wait to see all the "me too" comments that (again) ignore fact, (again) ignore the above referenced considerations, and (again) jump in on this thread without thinking"". But then I realized, if I did that first, I would probably deprive myself (and others) of a laugh due to how such a post (on my part) my actually raise the thinking level of some to 10% before they (again) fell back and became (again) preoccupied with humping the bedpost. It's much funnier this way; to see how much blind faith, ignorance to all considerations, and selective perception is not only widespread - but actually celebrated. Moving on . . . 6) Now, I realize this may just constitute the 68th request/question related to a fantastic claim of yours that you run from, but here goes anyway. So, since you're a/in Pacquaio's entourage . . . can you please explain . . . as I outline here . . .
->http://www.thesweetscience.com/forums/showthread.php?22532-Hauser-Fires-At-USADA-and-Floyd-USADA-Responds&p=87564&viewfull=1#post87564 Why - as per all sub/points within point 12 of the above link - Pac signed the agreement without rejecting some terms - but not others - others that, only now, have become the basis for the current and herein mentioned selective (or otherwise) views? Betcha or no-one can meaningfully tackle that, and that goes to the closing paragraphs of the above point 4. Just to make it easy for ya; here is the issue distilled and easy to understand. A good question may be; why did Pacquaio and/or his team (according to Hauser) reject the retroactive exemption that could have been granted without notifying the Nevada State Athletic Commission or the opposing fighter?s camp ? but then not see the neon lights blinkering over the ? vastly more obvious and concerning - contractual loophole; that explains how Mayweather or Pacquaio do not have to comply with WADA protocols? How did; A) The trigger happy lawyer Arum. B) Pacquaio. C) And also you too NostRADAMus, as remember you're in Pacquaio's entourage and an Academia too with your archives backing you up 100%. Not find this - glaring more obvious - contractual "loophole" to be worthy of rejecting, whilst at the same time lesser clauses - such as those mentioned above - were rejected? Actually, anyone - whom wishes to show they're not just jumping on the ""me too"" bandwagon cause it seems like a good thing to do and something that distracts from not understanding all the issues - can have a go at that one. Assuming it was not put there by them (which could be a wrong assumption and also explain why the {truth} question is unpopular); why on earth would poor old injury/fraud prone Pacquaio, and also Arum allow that obviously suspicious clause? In fact - and I know this consideration or what truth arises from it will not make NostRADAMus and/or the "peons" happy - why on earth would poor old Pacquaio and/or also Arum; A) Not only allow that obviously suspicious clause? B) But then look for a limitation to the penalty that applies for any positive PED test. Tsk, tsk, there's those uncomfortable questions and possibly scary facts again.
I have $200 that says NostRADAMus and/or any puppy love poster can't adequately/accurately answer any of these questions; due to the truth. :) 7) With respect to the (naughty) facts, questions (sorry, I know you and many others don't like those 2 {fact/question} words), and also the considerations detailed in the link provided in above points 4 and 5; namely point 17 within the post that the link itself refers to; from all the above blind puppy love and emotional posts can we now assume . . . . there is unanimous support for . . . . . "Point 17; "Both fighters ? Pacquaio and Mayweather ? should be asked for permission as to whether or not they object to having retrograde carbon isotope ratio testing conducted on all their previous blood samples"". I note - unlike those whom are (incorrectly) assumed to be bias towards Floyd (like myself) whom actually suggest retrograde CIR testing for both Floyd and Pacquaio - there has been absolutely no FloydHatePacFan support for testing Pacquaio's previous blood samples? Why is this I wonder (NostRADAMus do you know why? Can you help?) and does it have any connection to how much; A) Benefit of the doubt Pac was given when obviously "juicing". B) Is overlooked. C) Is selectively PacInterpreted with respect to this issue. Love it !!! You guys are a scream. Or perhaps the consideration of both fighters ? Pacquaio and Mayweather ? having retrograde carbon isotope ratio testing conducted on all their previous blood samples was simply - as you threw stones and cried - never considered on your part - not even after it was written and then "Peon-hypocritically-ridiculed"? Or perhaps it was just the mere consideration of Pacquaio alone having retrograde carbon isotope ratio testing conducted on all his previous blood samples that guaranteed the suggestion was never going to be acknowledged; similarly to reviewing the MayPac fight video to see how many clinches and other claimed fight features really occurred? Which of course brings us to your other totally unproven (and ran from) claim; 122 clinches. Love it. That was - of course - a total cherry juice lie. One that was (sadly) willingly accepted with open arms in some parts around here for the deceptive platform it provided to continue misinterpreting, ignoring facts, and selectively complaining. 8) Finally, and as if your above ""I cannot wait for . . . . ."" comments have not already been spanked enough and shown how hypocritical and puppy like they really are, here is something else truly magical and witchdoctor-ish for ya. I know you will love this, as we are screaming over here as we compile it. In the rush to paint the toilet wall with cream and remain in puppy-humping mode, you (and others) may have forgot to read the article. Clerical error eh, Frank? This is the part of the article that serves as a good example to that which I refer to above - in point 5 - that made me laugh with both how remarkable the claim itself is and also how easily it will be skipped over (like many facts/truths) to chime in, wag puppy tails, and basically celebrate how popular it is to selectively view information so that it makes you feel nice inside. Far out, it's hilarious how popular that approach is here. And I am thankful for that, as without I would have a lot less laughs. Actually, without it I think some writers would have a lot tougher job too. As the rampant selectiveness and readiness to accept almost any claims that suit (especially if they skip over Pac's indiscretions and incompletely discuss Floyd's) actually means that some articles' reliability and research are - at times - completely not needed. In fact, I actually think that if reliability and research were actually injected into the areas where it may actually lack, it would be so abruptly rejected; for (even) the (possible) relationship to (accepting) the truth it may have. Anyway, back to Frank's wild (but for all intensive purpose "puppy accepted") claim of Pac's fraud supposedly being a "clerical error". Aside from how humorous that "clerical error" line is . . . . Well, if that's the case then Pacquaio (has nothing legally to worry about, and) will be as happy as all the class action plaintiffs that are suing him will be sad, when their cases all get summarily dismissed in court (before the trial even gets underway) due to a "clerical error". A "clerical error" where Pacquaio clinically/blatantly lied on a form about an injury that he said he didn't have to get an injection he - by his very own accounts (before he lost to Floyd, that is) - then didn't need. Just a small fact overlooked there eh? Like the claim that (Frank did not make) Toradol was not prohibited. Ahh, I wish I was being paid for writing stuff like this that makes it past the editing desk so easily; to wet the puppies legs. And I wish I was so easily excited by factoids and nonsense. As then I would probably be able to join the puppy party and see only what I want to see about complex legal, business, and sporting, situations. But then that's not my fault I'm not so easily misled. You see - as NostRADAMus himself forecasts, recommends, and predicts - I feed my brains with the "proper foods, vitamins and minerals", and I drink "cherry juice" and suck "watermelon seeds". I also allow the "moonlight to shine in on my hair follicles too". So, as yawl see, . . . . . really, I have an unfair advantage. Just like someone on the PEDs. But - as I am sure you can appreciate - I don't really want to talk about that too much. Those truths and facts can expose you for what you really are. OK, well, look at the time. Sure flies when you're having fun. Oh by the way NostRADAMus - not that we haven't already shown how much of your above post is PuppyWee - but you know your above comment . . .""A TSS reader and writer can say the exact same thing, but only the reader/poster is going to be attacked"" . . . . . assuming highlighting errors is attacking (let's just give you that) . . then I believe my above point 8 "Clerical Error" comments, possibly shows and serves not only as an example as to how much (little?) reading/thinking actually goes into some posts - but also how some do not even realize it (or care) when they're wrong. Alright, it must be about time for NostRADAMus to remind us (for the 50th time) of how the NSAC crooks moved testing thresholds around to accommodate Floyd. Thanks. :) :)


-stormcentre :

Super great copy! And I'm with Froggy. I cannot wait for cesspool of feces that the groupies, peons and make-believe ____ ____s of Money May is going to come up with. A TSS reader and writer can say the exact same thing, but only the reader/poster is going to be attacked. That is the thing about Money May's _____ _____s. They have cojones the size of sunflower seeds. Holla!
Wow, I feel like I have walked into a puppy compound. One where those whom aren't squealing and wetting themselves, are either trying to lick themselves clean and/or still stuck in humping gear from all the previously misplaced faith and selective interpretation. Down Radam - down. :) Now I know you feed your brains all the right stuff, and I know you would never get arthritis due to all those vitamins and minerals you know of - but can't tell us about; so hopefully this will be easy for you to grasp. We are still waiting on you to explain all your previous claims, so the ball is in your court. Or should we say; we're waiting for you to prove that the last 20 or so claims you have made and ran from doesn't mean that (hypocritically) you yourself may have cojones the size of sunflower seeds. God, I love how funny and easy this is. I have never seen people continuously make the same mistake so many times, over and over; simply willing their misinterpretations to come true, and pretending the facts they step over are not real. It's akin to smashing your head against a brick wall, complaining about it and the blood on your shirt, then doing it again, and then - after all that - still releasing totally baseless claims and hypocritically calling onlookers liars, as a means to vent your frustration and avoid the truth. Social experiment; the truth and MayPac. Anyway, just cause you're a legend that would probably eat his own dog - but only if he wasn't feeding his brains correctly; I'll keep things simple and in single digits for you - because I know all the related considerations to this matter, and also my previous statements with respect to both Pacquaio and Mayweather's future carbon isotope PED testing is something you (and others) like to pretend doesn't exist. Like most truths. After all, they do get in the way of a good story and hate session don't they? OK, here goes . . . . 1) Pacquaio seemed to have no issue with Oscar rehydrating via IV when they fought. Why is this and does it have something to do with the contractual terms Pacquaio was happy to dictate in that fight? 2) I noticed you have not explained the vitamins, minerals and other foods that supposedly cure arthritis and justify kicking a sick man. You know the ones - same vitamins, minerals and other foods that you were (magically) using to (promote yourself and) justify kicking Roger with for having arthritis, before you moved goalposts and then tried to make out all your were saying related to diabetes. 3) Also, I noticed your 20,000 times a second circulation claim seems to be abandoned. How does this work with IV fusions (whether they are accepted or not by Pacquaio on his opponent's part) - please explain? 4) I noticed you seemed to have skipped over all the relevant considerations here;
->http://www.thesweetscience.com/forums/showthread.php?22532-Hauser-Fires-At-USADA-and-Floyd-USADA-Responds&p=87564&viewfull=1#post87564 Some not only show my (again overlooked on your part) evenhandedness to the Pacquaio PED scandal, and also those related accusations pertaining to Floyd - but also offer a tangible and factual means to rally against Floyd. Yes I know it means yawl may have to read/understand the issues and also not stick so closely to FloydHate factoids; exposing and boring for you I admit. Furthermore, it seems sad that within the above link, some (if not all) are possibly representative of just how much rational considerations and facts are abruptly rejected by some whom - at the same time - not only fail to understand/read all related information (because they don't feed their brains properly cause they're too busy throwing stones in glass paddocks?) whilst displaying a blind preference for crying about and claiming others are "peons" - but also fail to realize that that very ignorant action actually means that they're "peons" themselves. Love it !!!! That's so hypocritical, silly, and na?ve that it's hilarious. Please (all that subscribe to this approach) keep it up so we can laugh.
Helpful (secret) hint to come up to speed on being the (reliable) boxing aficionado you would like to be; if you guys (including you NostRADAMus the magic potion mixer) really wanted to beat up on Floyd, the way to properly do it would be to - not prematurely accept snippets of selective information that immediately brings a wet ejaculate like feeling down the inner leg accompanied by a little puppy squeak, that also makes you feel good about (continuously) not availing yourselves of all the facts - but, instead, to think, read, understand, and (only) then ask meaningful questions. Questions like; why the contract between him and USADA was designed in such a way where the WADA policies can be circumvented. I know this type of thinking will be hard for some at first. But just (feed your brains with magic {but unannounced} vitamins and minerals, and) think of how much better aligned it will be with how you promote yourself if you continue with it - let alone if you perfect it as well as your current practices of pretending fiction is fact and screaming from the rooftops about it. 5) Now, please let me pause for a second and laugh at how apt that last point (4) is. As last night - when I first saw this article - I was going to (before anyone else had posted) write something like ""I can't wait to see all the "me too" comments that (again) ignore fact, (again) ignore the above referenced considerations, and (again) jump in on this thread without thinking"". But then I realized, if I did that first, I would probably deprive myself (and others) of a laugh due to how such a post (on my part) my actually raise the thinking level of some to 10% before they (again) fell back and became (again) preoccupied with humping the bedpost. It's much funnier this way; to see how much blind faith, ignorance to all considerations, and selective perception is not only widespread - but actually celebrated. Moving on . . . 6) Now, I realize this may just constitute the 68th request/question related to a fantastic claim of yours that you run from, but here goes anyway. So, since you're a/in Pacquaio's entourage . . . can you please explain . . . as I outline here . . .
->http://www.thesweetscience.com/forums/showthread.php?22532-Hauser-Fires-At-USADA-and-Floyd-USADA-Responds&p=87564&viewfull=1#post87564 Why - as per all sub/points within point 12 of the above link - Pac signed the agreement without rejecting some terms - but not others - others that, only now, have become the basis for the current and herein mentioned selective (or otherwise) views? Betcha or no-one can meaningfully tackle that, and that goes to the closing paragraphs of the above point 4. Just to make it easy for ya; here is the issue distilled and easy to understand. A good question may be; why did Pacquaio and/or his team (according to Hauser) reject the retroactive exemption that could have been granted without notifying the Nevada State Athletic Commission or the opposing fighter’s camp – but then not see the neon lights blinkering over the – vastly more obvious and concerning - contractual loophole; that explains how Mayweather or Pacquaio do not have to comply with WADA protocols? How did; A) The trigger happy lawyer Arum. B) Pacquaio. C) And also you too NostRADAMus, as remember you're in Pacquaio's entourage and an Academia too with your archives backing you up 100%. Not find this - glaring more obvious - contractual "loophole" to be worthy of rejecting, whilst at the same time lesser clauses - such as those mentioned above - were rejected? Actually, anyone - whom wishes to show they're not just jumping on the ""me too"" bandwagon cause it seems like a good thing to do and something that distracts from not understanding all the issues - can have a go at that one. Assuming it was not put there by them (which could be a wrong assumption and also explain why the {truth} question is unpopular); why on earth would poor old injury/fraud prone Pacquaio, and also Arum allow that obviously suspicious clause? In fact - and I know this consideration or what truth arises from it will not make NostRADAMus and/or the "peons" happy - why on earth would poor old Pacquaio and/or also Arum; A) Not only allow that obviously suspicious clause? B) But then look for a limitation to the penalty that applies for any positive PED test. Tsk, tsk, there's those uncomfortable questions and possibly scary facts again.
I have $200 that says NostRADAMus and/or any puppy love poster can't adequately/accurately answer any of these questions; due to the truth. :) 7) With respect to the (naughty) facts, questions (sorry, I know you and many others don't like those 2 {fact/question} words), and also the considerations detailed in the link provided in above points 4 and 5; namely point 17 within the post that the link itself refers to; from all the above blind puppy love and emotional posts can we now assume . . . . there is unanimous support for . . . . . "Point 17; "Both fighters – Pacquaio and Mayweather – should be asked for permission as to whether or not they object to having retrograde carbon isotope ratio testing conducted on all their previous blood samples"". I note - unlike those whom are (incorrectly) assumed to be bias towards Floyd (like myself) whom actually suggest retrograde CIR testing for both Floyd and Pacquaio - there has been absolutely no FloydHatePacFan support for testing Pacquaio's previous blood samples? Why is this I wonder (NostRADAMus do you know why? Can you help?) and does it have any connection to how much; A) Benefit of the doubt Pac was given when obviously "juicing". B) Is overlooked. C) Is selectively PacInterpreted with respect to this issue. Love it !!! You guys are a scream. Or perhaps the consideration of both fighters – Pacquaio and Mayweather – having retrograde carbon isotope ratio testing conducted on all their previous blood samples was simply - as you threw stones and cried - never considered on your part - not even after it was written and then "Peon-hypocritically-ridiculed"? Or perhaps it was just the mere consideration of Pacquaio alone having retrograde carbon isotope ratio testing conducted on all his previous blood samples that guaranteed the suggestion was never going to be acknowledged; similarly to reviewing the MayPac fight video to see how many clinches and other claimed fight features really occurred? Which of course brings us to your other totally unproven (and ran from) claim; 122 clinches. Love it. That was - of course - a total cherry juice lie. One that was (sadly) willingly accepted with open arms in some parts around here for the deceptive platform it provided to continue misinterpreting, ignoring facts, and selectively complaining. 8) Finally, and as if your above ""I cannot wait for . . . . ."" comments have not already been spanked enough and shown how hypocritical and puppy like they really are, here is something else truly magical and witchdoctor-ish for ya. I know you will love this, as we are screaming over here as we compile it. In the rush to paint the toilet wall with cream and remain in puppy-humping mode, you (and others) may have forgot to read the article. Clerical error eh, Frank? This is the part of the article that serves as a good example to that which I refer to above - in point 5 - that made me laugh with both how remarkable the claim itself is and also how easily it will be skipped over (like many facts/truths) to chime in, wag puppy tails, and basically celebrate how popular it is to selectively view information so that it makes you feel nice inside. Far out, it's hilarious how popular that approach is here. And I am thankful for that, as without I would have a lot less laughs. Actually, without it I think some writers would have a lot tougher job too. As the rampant selectiveness and readiness to accept almost any claims that suit (especially if they skip over Pac's indiscretions and incompletely discuss Floyd's) actually means that some articles' reliability and research are - at times - completely not needed. In fact, I actually think that if reliability and research were actually injected into the areas where it may actually lack, it would be so abruptly rejected; for (even) the (possible) relationship to (accepting) the truth it may have. Anyway, back to Frank's wild (but for all intensive purpose "puppy accepted") claim of Pac's fraud supposedly being a "clerical error". Aside from how humorous that "clerical error" line is . . . . Well, if that's the case then Pacquaio (has nothing legally to worry about, and) will be as happy as all the class action plaintiffs that are suing him will be sad, when their cases all get summarily dismissed in court (before the trial even gets underway) due to a "clerical error". A "clerical error" where Pacquaio clinically/blatantly lied on a form about an injury that he said he didn't have to get an injection he - by his very own accounts (before he lost to Floyd, that is) - then didn't need. Just a small fact overlooked there eh? Like the claim that (Frank did not make) Toradol was not prohibited. Ahh, I wish I was being paid for writing stuff like this that makes it past the editing desk so easily; to wet the puppies legs. And I wish I was so easily excited by factoids and nonsense. As then I would probably be able to join the puppy party and see only what I want to see about complex legal, business, and sporting, situations. But then that's not my fault I'm not so easily misled. You see - as NostRADAMus himself forecasts, recommends, and predicts - I feed my brains with the "proper foods, vitamins and minerals", and I drink "cherry juice" and suck "watermelon seeds". I also allow the "moonlight to shine in on my hair follicles too". So, as yawl see, . . . . . really, I have an unfair advantage. Just like someone on the PEDs. But - as I am sure you can appreciate - I don't really want to talk about that too much. Those truths and facts can expose you for what you really are. OK, well, look at the time. Sure flies when you're having fun. Oh by the way NostRADAMus - not that we haven't already shown how much of your above post is PuppyWee - but you know your above comment . . .""A TSS reader and writer can say the exact same thing, but only the reader/poster is going to be attacked"" . . . . . assuming highlighting errors is attacking (let's just give you that) . . then I believe my above point 8 "Clerical Error" comments, possibly shows and serves not only as an example as to how much (little?) reading/thinking actually goes into some posts - but also how some do not even realize it (or care) when they're wrong. Alright, it must be about time for NostRADAMus to remind us (for the 50th time) of how the NSAC crooks moved testing thresholds around to accommodate Floyd. Remember my brave boxing followers, there is reward money posted above for anyone that can approach the scary truth and explain; NostRADAMus, Frank, or anyone, this includes you. Thanks. :) :)


-Kid Blast :

Hear hear


-Kid Blast :


While this matter requires some knowledge of PEDS and contract analysis, the issue essentially for me boils down to whether the post fight drip masked anything illegal and to that question, we really will never ever know.


-stormcentre :

Yep, agreed KBlast. Good call. Same minds think alike. Covered in points "5 - 10" here.
->http://www.thesweetscience.com/forums/showthread.php?22532-Hauser-Fires-At-USADA-and-Floyd-USADA-Responds&p=87564&viewfull=1#post87564 But specifically covered in points "5" and "10". And also - more importantly with respect to proving what was in the IV fusion and/or any other use for it - please see points "17" and "18" of the same (NostRADAmus/PacFanSkippedOver) link/post; as these suggestions can possibly still shed light on the matter. The concept of retrograde CIR or other testing on
both fighters is (like most MayPac facts and truths) most unpopular around here. As most PacFans seem know to discuss/accept it places them on very thin ice in relation to not just diverting attention away from testing Pacquaio and how he may have achieved success - but also with all they know/ignore about Pacquaio. Therefore the concept of retrograde CIR or other testing on
only Floyd seems to be popular at the moment. It's humor that's as brilliant as the motivation behind such actions is obvious and seemingly un-owned. Cheers. :) :)


-Kid Blast :

Amen


-michigan400 :

Sorry, im in the "don't let the door hit you in the *** on your way out" camp. Buh-bye.


-SouthPawFlo :

Being here in Vegas for another Mayweather Weekend, Love Him kt Hate him in the ring he's easily the Biggest Draw and Most Polarizing figure in boxing.... I'll Be back for the Canelo vs Cotto fight and I wanna see how the energy is in Sin City for there fight....


-deepwater2 :

Being here in Vegas for another Mayweather Weekend, Love Him kt Hate him in the ring he's easily the Biggest Draw and Most Polarizing figure in boxing.... I'll Be back for the Canelo vs Cotto fight and I wanna see how the energy is in Sin City for there fight....
Put some money on red number 9 at the roulette wheel for me! seriously head over to TAO beach party today.


-Radam G :

Being here in Vegas for another Mayweather Weekend, Love Him kt Hate him in the ring he's easily the Biggest Draw and Most Polarizing figure in boxing.... I'll Be back for the Canelo vs Cotto fight and I wanna see how the energy is in Sin City for there fight....
I will be at Sunday afternoon Catholic Mass here in the P-Islands praying for your soul. Money Naynay -- I mean May -- has 6-6-6 between the crack of his arse. Hehehe! Just joking! But one of his hos told me that back in da day when Money May and I were tight boys. He had made dat ho lick da well. And she swears that she was in hell. And that is the best way that I can hint without going straight XXX dirty. And you know that TSS doesn't roll that way. Holla!


-Kid Blast :

Get a life