Alexander Povetkin

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  1. werewolf

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    "Precise Presenter's" presentation on the boxing drug testing racket. I think it is most excellent tho I disagreed with him about the wording he uses on the face page.


     
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    Povetkin's Drug Test From December 13 Comes Back Clean

    http://www.boxingscene.com/povetkin-drug-test-from-december-13-comes-back-clean--112039

    Povetkin's team revealed that his positive sample, from the December 6th test, had only a minor trace of ostarine - [0.00000000001g] - which Povetkin's team suggests is evidence that he ingested the substance several months if not a year earlier either through food or some nutritional supplement.
     
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    Fake tests to take out Povetkin. Many of us have traces of these "banned" substances in us at such microscopic levels. I wrote long ago that these boxers need to put "minimum amounts" of test positive results in their contracts and have samples peer reviewed by competing organizations. These drug traps can be beaten but best to not enter them in the first place.
     
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    I told you this crap was nothing but Doc Goodman and her Las Vegas Mafia NeVADA drug testing racket, their latest gimmick. Povetkin's people need to start suing, and fighters outside the US need to start refusing to be "tested" by Doc Goodman in Las Vegas.
     
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    Fightnews:

    WBC suspends Povetkin for failed drug tests
    Due to twi failed drug tests, the WBC has suspended heavyweight Alexander Povetkin from participating in any WBC-sanctioned bouts indefinitely and fined him $250,000. On April 27, 2016, Povetkin tested positive for Meldonium and on December 6, 2016, he tested positive for Ostarine. VADA, pursuant to the WBC Clean Boxing Program, will design a specific testing protocol for Povetkin at Povetkin’s own cost and expense, which will commence as soon as feasible after this ruling and will continue for one year. Povetkin will be able to apply for reinstatement into the WBC after the one-year anniversary of this ruling as long as he tests clean. The WBC will also consider any additional evidence it receives and it might issue a supplemental ruling based on information and materials Povetkin submits.


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    Russia and other countries should pull out of the corrupt western gangster alphabet things and form their own sports organizations and Doc Goodman and her phony crooked Las Vegas NeVADA drug testing outfit can go plant drugs on their own fake champions, Wilder and his make believe opponents - yeah right fat chance of that.
     
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    Freaking roid raged lowlife.

    Doc Goodman: "Oh my no - no drugs there - no need to even look".
     
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    "WBC suspends Povetkin for failed drug tests"


    Banned indefinitely by WBC...the phony WBC with their heavyweight champ Wilder and #1 contender Stiverne, run by the Sulaiman cartel of Lebanon and Syria by way of Mexico.

    This from Wikipedia:

    "Sulaiman had been accused of corruption numerous times. For example, many in the boxing community had accused the WBC of bending its rules to suit promoter Don King. The late journalist Jack Newfield wrote that Sulaiman "became more King's junior partner than his independent regulator." [6] Another journalist, Peter Heller, echoed that comment, writing, "Sulaiman...became little more than an errand boy for Don King." Heller quoted British promoter Mickey Duff as saying, "My complaint is that José Sulaimán is not happy his friend Don King is the biggest promoter in boxing. Sulaiman will only be happy when Don King is the only promoter in boxing." [7]
     
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    Don't pay them a second of your time or a cent of your money Alexander. Void your membership and tell them to polish their asses with that strap.
     
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    They will likely all collude. He either pays the extortion money (which is stupid because they will just set him up again) or simply takes on all comers and fights outside of their sanction. What these boxing organizations really want is for him to age-out. Fury can expect the same treatment. Since the blacks can't beat the whites in the ring, they are trying to beat them outside the ring. Like you posted earlier, the Easterners need to fight out of their own organizations and get the hell out of Dodge.
     
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    I think the way the WBC has ruled in favor of Al Haymon and his boy Deonte we can collude Sulaiman is going to the same transvestite call "girls" as Haymon and Oscar...... 250K to pay to an organization as corrupt as the WBC which makes up the rules as it goes along is a total joke. It's one thing if you took a zero off the fine but that is way too much to pay for a fine to an organization that has no transparency.
     
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    Precise Presenter is good. I posted his earlier youtube about the drug testing scam in December.
     
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    Povetkin pounds a clear and wide decision over Rudenko. Was an awkward fight for Povetkin because Rudenko acted like an opposite pole magnet and kept latching onto Povetkin to smother punches. Rudenko didn't want to fight to win he looked like all he wanted was to survive which he did without a knockdown. Povetkin could learn how to tire an opponent that clinches too much but it probably won't matter anyway as the three fighters he needs to fight, Joshua, Wilder, and Fury, are all taller than him and won't as easily clinch. After fighting today, he looks like he'd batter Wilder to a win, Joshua is a 50-50 fight, and he couldn't beat an in-shape Tyson Fury -but then again no one in the world can beat an in-shape Tyson Fury.
     
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    Thanks for posting the video without giving away the outcome. I'm surprised Rudenko finished because it looked like the fight would only last about 30 seconds. Surprised his corner didn't throw in the towel or doc stop it or he quit. That's what i was expecting. Hope his neck is OK. He's a tough guy. He's never been stopped.
     
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    The DWF's are already saying Povetkin didn't have his dose of PED's so no knockout.
     
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    The fight I'd like to see is either Joshua versus Fury for the lineal belts, Klitschko vs Joshua II for the belts, or Klitschko vs Fury II for The Ring belt. I'd also like to see Povetkin challenge for the belts, but I think Fury is a better bet to actually win them.
     
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    Pulev returns Dec. 15th. It just says he's fighting TBA.
     
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    Povetkin vs Hammer today. Starts at 1:30PM ET, I think. Prelims on now, from Russia. See sig.
     
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    Would be good to see Povetkin win and get one last kick at the can. The boxing commissions have done everything they can to try and age-out Povetkin by keeping the two black champions Wilder and Joshua away from him.
     

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