Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao will undergo extreme Blood Tests - Contract Clause By Johnny Benz (Dec 11, 2009) Doghouse Boxing
The deal which will pit Floyd Mayweather Jr. against Manny Pacquiao on March 13th of 2010 is almost set. According to a report out by ESPN, one thing that has been agreed on is that both fighters in their run up to the mega event will be subjected to Olympic-style drug testing. Chances of either fighter using a steroid or illegal substance are pretty much slim now.
According to the report, both Mayweather Jr. and Pacquiao have agreed in the contract to a clause in which both of
them will undergo drug testing Olympic-style.
In the past, Pacquiao has been accused by Floyd Mayweather Sr. (Floyd Jr's father) of using some type performance enhancement. The accusation came even after the fact that Pacquiao has never failed any drug tests that would have proved he had spiked his blood or system with a performance enhancing drug or chemical.
Further according to the report, both Mayweather Jr. and Pacquiao will be subjected to numerous tests (not just a single test). These tests will include blood testing and will happen during the run up to their fight. Blood samples taken from both fighters will be analyzed by the U.S. Olympic testing center at UCLA. Neither fighter will have blood expelled from thier body on the week of the fight.
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