"Mayweather-Pacquiao" Fight: Random Blood Test Resolved? *Update: May 27, 2010*





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Published on May 27, 2010

On May 1st, 2010, Mayweather Jr. only asked for Pacquiao to take the Random Olympic Style 14 Day Blood Test after the "Mayweather-Mosley" Fight.

From May 3 to May 21, 2010, there were articles and medias reported that Pacquiao finally agreed to Mayweather Jr.'s 14 day random blood test cut-off.

VolumeLowHigh's video is found at this link:

"Pacquiao OKs blood test, clears way for Mayweather bout"
article found at this link:

Days later, on May 26, 2010, this is what Mayweather Jr. had to respond after Pacquiao's official and final agreement.

"Mayweather eyes bigger purse than Pacman"
By Abac Cordero; May 26, 2010:

Let's go back in time, the main reason the negotiations between Mayweather Jr. and Pacquiao failed on drug tests:

- Mayweather demands Random Olympic Style Drug Test which was "not required" by the Nevada Boxing Commissioners.
- it was the first time in boxing history from a boxer, Floyd Mayweather Jr., to demand a specific drug test with Pacquiao after his dominating victory points against Marquez when he returned boxing from his 2 year retirement.
- Pacquiao agrees to random drug tests "30 Days" before the fight.
- Mayweather Jr. demands "14 Days" before the fight.
- Pacquiao agrees to "24 Days" before the fight.
- both camps agreed to the mediations with Daniel Weinstein, a retired federal judge, to resolve an official agreement.
- the Nevada Commission demands both fighters 3 blood tests and unlimited urine tests.
- Mayweather Jr. denies the Nevada Commission authorities and still demands "14 Days" before the fight.
- Arum cancels the fight believing it wouldn't happen
- "14 day random test" was the closest due-date Mayweather Jr. demanded from Pacquiao.

So far this month of May 2010:

- Mayweather Jr. demanded the same random drug test done by Pacquiao on May 1st, 2010, after the "Mayweather-Mosley" fight.
- Mayweather Jr. only asked one request from Pacquiao:
"If Manny Pacquiao can take the blood and urine test, we can make the fight happen".
- Mosley started the test 19 days before the fight while Mayweather Jr. started the test 18 days before the fight.
- Both fighters had blood drawn after the fight.
- from May 3 to May 21, 2010, Pacquiao agrees to the "14 day random test".
- on May 26, 2010, Mayweather Jr. adds more demands on the random test drawn from Pacquiao "All the way to the fight" instead of the "14 days random test".
- Mayweather Jr. goes back on 50-50 pay and demands the 60-40 pay

***Most Reported Facts***
- articles, media and youtube viewers stated Mayweather Jr. doesn't control the USADA drug test program.
- Travis Tygart, the executive chief of the USADA, says "14 days does not matter for they control when the blood test starts, ends and how it will be taken."
- Mayweather Jr. demands the random test to be done "All the Way to the Fight".

*kinda confusing when Tygart states his claim about his random test proceedure but is not aware of Mayweather Jr.'s demands for the random test.*

To those who say Mayweather Jr. has no control over USADA on drug test programs, he personally and specifically demanded blood test to be taken "All the Way to the Fight".

***Blood Test To Be Taken "All The Way To The Fight"***

That sounds like a demand coming from Mayweather Jr. that the USADA have to do and he really means it if his bxtches *USADA* won't do it as he wanted them to do.

Where are the Commissioners when you need them? Are the Boxing Commissioners even involved in this case? Or are they just chillin' at their office, watchin' this "Jerry Springer" drama happen?

As of right now from the Nevada Commissioners, a development progress of improving their effective drug test relugation is underway; hoping to be accomplished by the end of Fall. However, if it fails to reach both fighters before November 13 or either fighters denies the new improved drug test regulations, they failed as boxing commission to be involved in the ring instead of improving regulations.

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2nd music: "Sorry Blame It On Me" by Akon

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