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 5 years ago '10        #21
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 pus*yFiend said:
Legal only in Nevada though

They numb your hand which makes your hand feel no pain and make your punches harder...He's always talking about keeping the sport clean...then there should be no reason for him to inject himself
it'swell known that floyd has broken hand problems throughout his career. n*ggaz actin like he's takin it to numb his hand to hit harder like floyd is some knockout artist
 5 years ago '04        #22
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 Ghost Terp said:
Are you an idiot?

Edit: After looking at your SN, there's no need for you to answer this question


If this is true then he hurts his hands because he can't feel pain. Feeling pain is a signal to stop doing what you're doing because your body is injured
i was about to post the same thing, dumb a.ss must think the injections turn his hands to steel or something
 5 years ago '07        #23
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 the player said:
"a steal chin but it dose numb your hand"


 5 years ago '04        #24
1MikE 10 heat pts10
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this is is posted literally after every Floyd f!ght
 5 years ago '12        #25
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 Dray said:

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Lmao n*ggas going in on the OP
 5 years ago '08        #26
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I see lying a.ss pactards are at it again. Lidocaine is not an illegal substance anywhere you fu*king morons!

Lidocaine is not currently listed by the World Anti-Doping Agency as an illegal substance.[28] Lidocaine is used as an adjuvant, adulterant, and diluent to illegal street drugs (e.g. cocaine).



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 5 years ago '07        #27
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As usual, all the so-called experts ignored my post. fu*k it.... here is another post to ignore


Xylocaine Not Prohibited By USADA
Apr 11, 2010 – 10:15 PM

Lem Satterfield



The painkiller, Xylocaine, sometimes used by f!ghters to numb their hands against the pain of constant punching, is not on the United States Anti Doping Agency's list of prohibited substances, according to a top official with that organization.

"It's a common local anesthesia, and it's not prohibited," said Travis Tygart, chief executive of the USADA. "It's perfectly allowable to take under the World Anti-Doping Agency's program."

Tygart's organization has been brought in to administer Olympic style, random drug testing for both blood and for urine for the May 1 clash betgween 38-year-old WBA welterweight (147 pounds) titlist Shane Mosley (46-5, 39 knockouts) and 33-year-old challenger Floyd Mayweather (40-0, 25 KOs) that is slated for the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

"If either one of these f!ghters tests positive in our tests prior to the f!ght, the f!ght will be off," said Tygart, "and that will be announced, and everybody will know."

Mayweather has reportedly used Xylocaine in the past for brittle knuckles, but apparently has not used it for years. That situation has been remedied by hand-wrapping guru, Rafael Garcia, who was known for his work with "The Hands Of Stone," Roberto Duran.

Garcia joined Mayweather's camp not long after 2002, when the figher often complained of weak tendons.

Also known as Lidocaine, Xylocaine is not listed as being illegal by the Nevada State Athletic Commission, but the NSAC ruled that it was not going to allow Mayweather to use it prior to his December, 2007, knockout of Ricky Hatton at the MGM.

Tygart said that Mayweather and Mosley have been tested by officials a.ssigned to administer the procedures. Last week, Mosley told FanHouse that he already had been tested twice.



"Their reactions to the process has been outstanding, even though there are some mild inconviences to it," said Tygart. "But those mild inconveniences are well worth the upside of having confidence that you're going to go into a f!ght where it's going to be based on your athletic ability and nothing else and not what somebody is being able to do covertly from their chemist or their drug dealer."

Tygart said that Mayweather and Mosley were briefed, early on, concerning what over-the-counter medications can lead to "dirty" or positive results.

In addition, the f!ghters were asked about, and, advised concerning what current medications they may or may not be taking that could do the same.

"That's part of the education we had for them was to say, 'Look, tell us all of the medication that you're taking currently for ailments, and we'll make sure that those are fine. And we'll get you permission to use those," said Tygart.

"What's critically important is having clear rules and a system in place to enforce those rules. Any legitimate medication that someone can take, whether it's for asthma, like the enhalers, that are perscribed, those are perfect allowable if you have the right conditions to use them and you've been given advance notice of that," said Tygart.

Tygart said that the f!ghters "have internet access and a toll free number that is manned by a pharmacist basically 24-7, so there is no excuse."

"If you get sick, or you have a stomach cramp, or whatever it might be, here's the 800 number and just have have somebody call us or you call us and find out if it's something you can take or not. And here's the list of everything that's not allowed," said Tygart.

"At the end of the day, all athletes, including these two, have access to real-time information as to whether I can take this over the counter nasal spray or over the counter cold medicine," said Tygart, "and they have a responsibility of finding that out before they take it."

 5 years ago '05        #28
PussyFiend  OP
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 beast mode said:
it'swell known that floyd has broken hand problems throughout his career. n*ggaz actin like he's takin it to numb his hand to hit harder like floyd is some knockout artist
Obviously Floyd ain't no knock out artist...I'm sure everybody knows that by now...He's a boring defensive counter puncher...

how and why would anybody think numbing your hands will cause you to hit harder? the numbness affects you in a positive way and gives him an advantage on how hard his punches keep coming at you through out the entire f!ght....

let's say he has a broken hand...these injections prevent him from noticing and feeling any sort of pain and he'll just keep coming at you the same way the rest of the f!ght

that is the whole point of that article....I don't know why ya'll are getting so defensive
 5 years ago '07        #29
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Oh yea... although Xylocaine is legal in Nevada.... it is NOT legal for boxers to use DURING a f!ght.
 5 years ago '05        #30
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 Im Soo Special said:
obviously you and pus*yfiend didnt understand what i was saying, probably not even floyd fans

floyd stopped using his right against guerro and mosley cause it hurt. he hurt it. he felt the pain. understand now? this drug doesnt allow you to feel the pain. no proof he uses it anymore
that's what I've been telling you in these past two pages...

seems to me you're a little bit confused about what you're saying player..
 5 years ago '11        #31
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Op your a dumb hater smh. I guess it's illegal to use a legal substance smh. Good forbid you take over the counter cough syrup and play a ranked game online. According to your rules you suppose to stay sick and taking that cough syrup would constant of you taking performance enhancing drugs. Lmao I know I reached on that one but that just shows you how dumb this fu*king article you posted is you trick lol
 5 years ago '05        #32
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 Suppafresh said:
Op your a dumb hater smh. I guess it's illegal to use a legal substance smh. Good forbid you take over the counter cough syrup and play a ranked game online. According to your rules you suppose to stay sick and taking that cough syrup would constant of you taking performance enhancing drugs. Lmao I know I reached on that one but that just shows you how dumb this fu*king article you posted is you trick lol


why you so mad you stupid blobfish?

and what in the fuccck are you talking about? you made absolutely no sense in your post you skinny jean wearing twink

I'm not hating on anybody stop being so sensitive you f*gget
 5 years ago '04        #33
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 Im Soo Special said:
I never seen something so idiotic in my life

If those injections are legal in Nvada

How the fu*k are they illegal
Same way prostitution is...

People still consider that a bad thing though
 5 years ago '04        #34
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If this drug was as advantageous as you say it is, why dont other boxers use it ?? It's perfectly legal, if it made you that much better of a power puncher every boxer would be using this.

Boxers have been caught left and right using other PEDs that are illegal , if this LEGAL drug really provided any type of unfair advantage to Floyd then I'm sure other boxers would use it to their advantage as well.

I really dont think Floyd gains any type of unfair advantage from this at all. I dont even know how effective it is if he was still able to feel that he hurt his hand against Guerrero and had to stop throwing those power right hands.


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 5 years ago '04        #35
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 Im Soo Special said:
But its legal in Nevada

Are you retarded?

They're legal for a reason and not because Floyd is paying someone to keep it legal

And yet Floyd still manages to hurt his hands
Floyd is the most profitable single entertainment entity for Nevada... He literally generates close to and in some years over a billion dollars for the state alone in one year... So it makes perfect sense why they choose to keep it legal... It benefits them...

It's no different then the other illegal things Nevada allows... They only do it cuz it benefits them...
 5 years ago '08        #36
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 dre03 said:
Floyd is the most profitable single entertainment entity for Nevada... He literally generates close to and in some years over a billion dollars for the state alone in one year... So it makes perfect sense why they choose to keep it legal... It benefits them...

It's no different then the other illegal things Nevada allows... They only do it cuz it benefits them...
Go read the last page. That substance is not illegal ANYWHERE! Pactards are just making up sh*t.
 5 years ago '05        #37
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 dre03 said:
Floyd is the most profitable single entertainment entity for Nevada... He literally generates close to and in some years over a billion dollars for the state alone in one year... So it makes perfect sense why they choose to keep it legal... It benefits them...

It's no different then the other illegal things Nevada allows... They only do it cuz it benefits them...
True story
 5 years ago '06        #38
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 pus*yFiend said:
that's what I've been telling you in these past two pages...

seems to me you're a little bit confused about what you're saying player..

naw, what soo special is saying is he knows the effect the drug has on hands. now mayweather has said after a couple of f!ghts, including this past one on saturday, that his hands were hurting. being that he felt pain in his hands, can't we say he's probably not getting his hands shot up with the drug...
 5 years ago '13        #39
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 stogz said:
As usual, all the so-called experts ignored my post. fu*k it.... here is another post to ignore


Xylocaine Not Prohibited By USADA
Apr 11, 2010 – 10:15 PM

Lem Satterfield



The painkiller, Xylocaine, sometimes used by f!ghters to numb their hands against the pain of constant punching, is not on the United States Anti Doping Agency's list of prohibited substances, according to a top official with that organization.

"It's a common local anesthesia, and it's not prohibited," said Travis Tygart, chief executive of the USADA. "It's perfectly allowable to take under the World Anti-Doping Agency's program."

Tygart's organization has been brought in to administer Olympic style, random drug testing for both blood and for urine for the May 1 clash betgween 38-year-old WBA welterweight (147 pounds) titlist Shane Mosley (46-5, 39 knockouts) and 33-year-old challenger Floyd Mayweather (40-0, 25 KOs) that is slated for the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

"If either one of these f!ghters tests positive in our tests prior to the f!ght, the f!ght will be off," said Tygart, "and that will be announced, and everybody will know."

Mayweather has reportedly used Xylocaine in the past for brittle knuckles, but apparently has not used it for years. That situation has been remedied by hand-wrapping guru, Rafael Garcia, who was known for his work with "The Hands Of Stone," Roberto Duran.

Garcia joined Mayweather's camp not long after 2002, when the figher often complained of weak tendons.

Also known as Lidocaine, Xylocaine is not listed as being illegal by the Nevada State Athletic Commission, but the NSAC ruled that it was not going to allow Mayweather to use it prior to his December, 2007, knockout of Ricky Hatton at the MGM.

Tygart said that Mayweather and Mosley have been tested by officials a.ssigned to administer the procedures. Last week, Mosley told FanHouse that he already had been tested twice.



"Their reactions to the process has been outstanding, even though there are some mild inconviences to it," said Tygart. "But those mild inconveniences are well worth the upside of having confidence that you're going to go into a f!ght where it's going to be based on your athletic ability and nothing else and not what somebody is being able to do covertly from their chemist or their drug dealer."

Tygart said that Mayweather and Mosley were briefed, early on, concerning what over-the-counter medications can lead to "dirty" or positive results.

In addition, the f!ghters were asked about, and, advised concerning what current medications they may or may not be taking that could do the same.

"That's part of the education we had for them was to say, 'Look, tell us all of the medication that you're taking currently for ailments, and we'll make sure that those are fine. And we'll get you permission to use those," said Tygart.

"What's critically important is having clear rules and a system in place to enforce those rules. Any legitimate medication that someone can take, whether it's for asthma, like the enhalers, that are perscribed, those are perfect allowable if you have the right conditions to use them and you've been given advance notice of that," said Tygart.

Tygart said that the f!ghters "have internet access and a toll free number that is manned by a pharmacist basically 24-7, so there is no excuse."

"If you get sick, or you have a stomach cramp, or whatever it might be, here's the 800 number and just have have somebody call us or you call us and find out if it's something you can take or not. And here's the list of everything that's not allowed," said Tygart.

"At the end of the day, all athletes, including these two, have access to real-time information as to whether I can take this over the counter nasal spray or over the counter cold medicine," said Tygart, "and they have a responsibility of finding that out before they take it."


Thread Over!! OP is a f*ggot!!!
 5 years ago '13        #40
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 PEK said:
Go read the last page. That substance is not illegal ANYWHERE! Pactards are just making up sh*t.
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