“Your email has been chosen in random and you have won $1,000 please click the link to get your prize”
How many of you have received this annoying email? In this new era of technology emails and internet are becoming slowly a necessity. Recently I stumble upon an article of G.Leon in boxingtalk.com it featured an interview on Teddy Atlas on his alleged reliable source from team Pacquiao involving an email asking how much would be the penalty if Manny Pacquiao came out positive on the blood testing and if the results can be kept secret. If this is really true then where is the email? Why won’t Atlas name his source? In the interview he belittles the power of internet saying it’s like a graffiti board and he feels dirty each time he goes near an internet and yet he has confidence on an internet product called email. Emails can easily be manipulated I can even make my own email address with a username like [email protected] and can send malicious messages to team Mayweather without being trace by my IP address what I am trying to say is that Atlas reliable source can be someone just around the corner. This thought was initiated by Tim Smith who wrote an article saying about the spiteful email coming from a member of Team Pacquiao but if this was really true this could have been out now with negotiations of Pacquiao and Mayweather went off. There was no evidence just like their accusations on Manny taking PEDS and steroids when in fact Manny never tested positive in any regulated test. Each fighter is responsible for the failed mega fight of the century but if you want to see who is telling the truth you always look for evidence. Is Manny on steroids? Nope not even a dot of evidence that he took a drug of that substance in fact Floyd Mayweather Jr. is the one using a prohibited substance called Xylocaine which is banned in almost all state except in Nevada and why is Teddy Atlas not talking about it in fact it has been documented way back in 2002. This issue only makes the situation even more complicated. The thought is if you say something and you don’t back it up with concrete evidence then better shut your mouth. If Atlas says that internet is dirty and like a graffiti board then it came out that his source turn out to be not reliable at all.
This article can also be seen in bleacherreport.com:
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