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Manny Pacquiao on steroids The question must be asked, and answered properly..flv

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In this video I discuss steroids in boxing, you will hear me talk about: (I use steroids as a general term for performance enhancers in the video) Mike Tyson, Manny Pacquiao, Floyd Mayweather, Evander Holyfield, Vinny Pazienza, Vitali Klitschko, Roy Jones Jr, Tommy Morrison, Valerio Moscariello, Amanda Galle, Shane Mosley, Victor Conte, Balco, Darryl Hudson, Mariano Carrera, Javier Castillejo, Orlando Salido, Frans Botha, Fernando Vargas, James Toney, Danny Batchelder, Cruz Carbajal, Michel Trabant, Omar Niño, Dr Margaret Goodman, Flip Homansky, Mark Fainaru-Wada, Nevada State Athletic Commision, San Fransisco Cronicle, Game of Shadows, Richard Pound, World Anti-Doping Agency, Paulie Malignaggi, Kermit Cintron, Andre Berto, Floyd Mayweather Sr, Freddie Roach, David Diaz, Juan Manuel Marquez, Barry Bonds, Mark McGwire, Rafael Palmeiro, Sammy Sosa, Alex Rodriguez, Joshua Clottey, Alex Ariza, and much much more. "The reason most fighters use anabolic steroids is not for the bulk," Dr Margaret Goodman said "It's not the big heavyweights that are testing positive, it's the smaller weights. And there's always been this misperception that they're used to put on bulk, whereas in reality they're used by athletes so they can train more." "You don't take anabolic steroids or human growth hormone all the time. You take them in a certain cycle in which you build muscle, build strength, build reflexes, and then you stop the cycle. So, with correct knowledge, someone shouldn't get caught." Flip Homansky, former ringside physician and Nevada state athletic commissioner Flip Homansky,also said, "only the fighters who 'make mistakes' are caught" "The only way to catch people is not just to test them during competition, but to test them between competitions," said Homansky. "And if boxing wants to get serious, then when people apply for a license in a state, or when people sign for a fight -- let's say Oscar [De La Hoya] and Floyd [Mayweather Jr.]; they signed in December for a fight the next May -- the state where the fight is going to be could insist on part of the language in the contract stating that they can be tested at any time." "Random tests don't matter, Manny agreed to do a test 24 days before the fight and after the fight (why would Manny picking his testing dates matter)?" "Knowledge is half the deal. If you know when you're going to be tested, that kind of defeats the purpose." Mark Fainaru-Wada, San Francisco Chronicle reporter and co-author of "Game of Shadows" "You need to have the random testing as part of your arsenal," Richard Pound of the World Anti-Doping Agency said. This is an era of performance enhancement users, and every single performance enhancement user lies about their use until they are pinned up against the wall. I'm not saying Manny is using, I am saying we will never know if he's clean or not until he agrees to year round random olympic style drug testing, and I believe every boxer should submit to these type of drug tests to clear the sport of any suspicions. Manny's own strength and conditioning coach Alex Ariza said, "Manny doesn't know what he takes, I make special blends and give it to him to take, but he has no idea what it is." So if Manny's own strength and conditioning coach said Manny doesn't know what he takes, how can Manny himself be so sure that he's not taking steroids? I also find this statement contradictory because if Manny is afraid of giving blood, how could a person so cautious about giving blood, not know what he's putting in his own body? We suspected Bonds, McGwire, Palmeiro, Sosa, A-Rod and many more for gaining power, size, speed, and endurance, Manny Pacquiao has moved up 8 weight divisions in his career and all the sudden it's not fair for us fans to question him because he's so popular? You don't pass up 30-40 million $$$$$'s, over a teaspoon of blood, ESPECIALLY if you have nothing to hide. Especially when boxing is a sport where fighters frequently bleed in the rin...