Originally Posted by DrMo
As far as I'm aware if an athlete tests positive on their A sample they have the right to contest the result & have the B sample tested by an (approved) laboratory of their choice.
Correct me if Im wrong but Roy's B sample was never tested, despite the IBF sending him a letter about it. Several weeks after the positive A test the ripped fuel/andro excuse came from his legal team.
Correct, jones admitted guilt on the A test for anabolic steroid after being found to have 6 times the normal amount of testosterone in his system, avoided the b-test, and carefully planned an escape route with his legal team to create minimum damage to his repuation.
This was the 1st time Jones was ever tested in his career and only blinded fanboys drenched in delusion could ever possibly believe that Roy Jones only ever took banned anabolic steroids once in his career when he was basically fighting a bum in Richard Hall. Its not like he juiced up as a one off because he had to fight kingkong