Tyson Fury - drug cheat

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  1. Degale

    Degale Member Full Member

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    He has done a fantastic job of brainwashing this from people's memories.

    Canelo must wish he took the Tyson Fury approach...
     
  2. Potwash

    Potwash Active Member booted Full Member

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  3. pow

    pow Well-Known Member Full Member

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    He was called to hearing to answer a case for adverse findings (elevated levels) so not a failed test as such if we use the example of green, orange and red his sample was in the orange. UKAD themselves suggested this was probably due to tainted supplements and that no further action would be taken, considering that all other tests and blood samples had proven negative before and after the finding. The Fury's said it may be contaminated meat which is very plausible given the levels found. 1.5 years later and Tyson is the number one heavyweight on the planet and they suddenly decide to pull him on it. Unfortunately for Tyson he threw UKAD out of his gym during his mental breakdown (and rightly so IMO as they were a contributing factor) and in their eyes this constitutes a failed test. Therefore he had little choice other than to accept a backdated ban rather than fight the case in court. It was a compromise they accepted in order to restart his career and not an admission of guilt as such. Make of it what you will but there is muddy water on both sides not least that UKAD allowed Tyson to box on 3 times and Hughie six times (after telling them no further action would be taken) before suddenly pulling them up to answer to a 'panel', a panel that had to have one person removed due to 'undisclosed vested interests'. It looks to me like someone within the establishment wanted Tyson gone and at the time this was the easiest way to go about it. No coincidence that Joshua ends up fighting Klitschko in a multimillion pound mega fight shortly after. Anyway conspiracy theories aside, Tyson does not need drugs to gain an edge, HE REALLY IS THAT GOOD and how the tables have turned from only a few years back.
     
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  4. Wizbit1013

    Wizbit1013 Member Full Member

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    I wish you would retire like your name sake
     
  5. ryanm8655

    ryanm8655 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    If you’re going to choose anyone, canelo is a poor choice...
     
  6. Twentyman

    Twentyman Watching Netball with Adam Smith Full Member

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    Can we just copy and paste this post every time someone brings it up on here?
     
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  7. Degale

    Degale Member Full Member

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    Forgot it is the Tyson Fury fanclub on here.

    contaminated meat...yeah sure!
     
  8. CathyBarry

    CathyBarry Active Member Full Member

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    But can you copy and paste that faster than typing wild boar? It's tight!
     
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    Wizbit1013 Member Full Member

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    You didnt forget at all
    You literally came out of the fury interview thread and started this thread in an attempt to get some bites
     
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  10. MorvidusStyle

    MorvidusStyle Member Full Member

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    Truax and Eubank Jr. It's always going to hurt.
     
  11. Hattonmad

    Hattonmad Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Fury becomes ring magazine no.1 and suddenly he's lied about his mental health issues and his inconclusive drug hearing is worse than the Lance Armstrong case.

    Surprise surprise :D

    Now move along you bitter morons!
     
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  12. Scissors

    Scissors Up the reds Full Member

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    Tyson Fury could sodomize some of your mothers on here and you’d still defend him.

    He like many others is a drug cheat. Simple as that.
     
  13. Trafford

    Trafford Active Member Full Member

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    Tyson is that good no doubt but the excuse is laughable. Hughie popped the same way. If there was a vendetta against him he would not have fought under UKAD again. Tyson is a brilliant fighter but swerved that test failure very well.

    As an athlete if it was tainted supplements or meet that can all be tested to find the culprit.
     
  14. pow

    pow Well-Known Member Full Member

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    18 months later? If this was a criminal case it would be thrown out of court.
     
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  15. Erik

    Erik Active Member Full Member

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    Two fighters from the same gym both popped at the same time for the same thing. Plus it was nandrolone they failed for and for some perspective on this, in the urine tests they use to detect it, the average adult man has 0.2 micrograms per liter. Whereas the fail threshold is a whopping 2 micrograms per liter, so unnaturally high to begin with, as it is with other things like testosterone.

    So they were obviously hammering the stuff to fail like they did and you can't raise your levels that high through tainted meat, over the counter supplements or what other excuses athletes come out with whenever they get caught.

    They were using performance enhancing substances and that's a fact.
     

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