The ongoing feud between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao has been put into arbitration. The meeting went 9 hours with retired federal judge Daniel Weinstein but came out nothing in fruition both parties agreed to keep their meeting in confidentiality with a gag order on both sides. They are meticulously putting all the pieces back together to make the fight but I highly doubt this mediation is successful because no matter what it always takes two to tango if the other wants the fight and the other wants out of it even if they ask Obama or any influential people to step in as mediator this fight would never happen. Others criticized Manny for not stepping in the plate and take the blood test but why bow down to accusations with no basis? Those are demands not by any commission but by Mayweather’s outrageous excuse. Everything was a ploy to make Manny look bad and for him to fight an unheralded Matthew Hatton in London. The Olympic random style of blood testing became Mayweather’s perfect defense but that also back fire when Olympic blood test never found HGH or human growth hormone in any Olympic athlete being tested as reported by bleacherreport.com which means random blood test or even a simple blood test was never effective in determining a steroid user. The USADA developed a test to detect an HGH user by urine which makes it more effective than blood which means if Mayweather with all intention really want to level the playing field then he would gladly subject him and Manny to USADA’s newly developed HGH detection test through urine. One by one everyone is now asking what Mayweather’s real motive and even on online polls people are now questioning Floyd’s legitimate reason in breaking this huge mega fight…
As they meticulously place all the pieces back in the puzzle everything is clear now… Floyd is just looking for a way out.
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