.... wrote: ↑ Yesterday, 15:55 "Many cases have been decided in favor the the boxers for "inadvertent usage"... James Toney was given a 6-month suspension... Roy Jones was given no suspension... Erik Morales was given no suspension because it was supposed in “something he ate” ... Andre Berto was given a suspension that was equivalent to no suspension… Mayweather’s cases were swept under the rug… Lamont Peterson kept his World Title after he asked for his B Sample to be tested in a lab of his own choosing – and when the B-Sample also came back positive for synthetic testosterone – he suddenly “remembered I was taking testosterone for low-T. I had completely forgotten about that.” His org excused his behavior and he's been taking synthetic testosterone ever since. All these cases have been decided one way... Ortiz, Povetkin, Bute and other "outs" have been treated with a different standard. If Tyson Fury took a PED “inadvertently” why treat him any differently than dozens of North Americans have been treated??? Including Bermane Siverne was totally excused for PED usage VADA and the WBC discovered when he was training for Povetkin. It was an "accident" after all." The anti-doping businesses are political ploys. They are selectively enforced, just like the "war on drugs" in the USA. How many otherwise totally innocent men have spent years in prison for possessing a beneficial (unless used in excess, like everything else) natural herb, marijuana, while at least three of their presidents in a row, GW Bush, Obama, and Clinton (whose own brother said he "has a nose like a vacuum cleaner" referring to his cocaine usage) were known dopers?