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View Poll Results: What should happen after the fight if they fail a test?
Should be fined/banned, and then made to do stricter testing for future fights 4 100.00%
Should be fined/banned, but then can go back to doing "normal" drug testing 0 0%
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Old 11-08-2011, 11:38 AM   #1
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Default If You Have To Do Stricter Testing (OSDT) Once and Fail, What Should Happen?

Let's say one of the fighters that Money made do OSDT failed, what should happen immediately and what about after the fight?

Should they be allowed to go back and do regular testing that they can obviously pass for future fights?

Given that they have only done "proper" testing once, and failed, I think that the fighter should have to do extra testing for the rest of his career, out of his own pocket. What do you think?
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Old 11-08-2011, 12:12 PM   #2
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Every fight withing 12 months get ruled a nc and the bxoers gets banned for a year with a big fine attached.
The only problem is guys being innocent yet caught with **** liek those nandrolon footballers in the early 00.
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Old 11-08-2011, 12:27 PM   #3
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Default Re: If You Have To Do Stricter Testing (OSDT) Once and Fail, What Should Happen?

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Let's say one of the fighters that Money made do OSDT failed, what should happen immediately and what about after the fight?

Should they be allowed to go back and do regular testing that they can obviously pass for future fights?

Given that they have only done "proper" testing once, and failed, I think that the fighter should have to do extra testing for the rest of his career, out of his own pocket. What do you think?
Go and look up what OSDT is! Go and look up the history of the USA covering up Positive test for their Athletes. Athletes caught under the OSDT which has nothing to do with the JR test receive a two year ban. Then don't post when you have not researched what you are talking about!
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Old 11-08-2011, 12:33 PM   #4
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Go and look up what OSDT is! Go and look up the history of the USA covering up Positive test for their Athletes. Athletes caught under the OSDT which has nothing to do with the JR test receive a two year ban. Then don't post when you have not researched what you are talking about!
Look nuthugger, I'm not talking specifically about OSDT. I'm talking about more stringent drug testing. This is not a Pac/May thread.

If you are made to do more stringent drug testing, and you get caught, you should have to do the same stringent drug testing for the rest of your career.

Do you agree with the above statement or not? Answer the poll.
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Old 11-08-2011, 12:47 PM   #5
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what if the punishment was a life time ban and stripped of all recognition
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