Lamont Peterson was cleared by the IBF on the direction of the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
There’s no argument!Posted March 29, 2013 8:13 pm
The great irony in the erroneous report was Ring Magazine online, owned by GBP, is the one who did it. From what I understand, the name of the fighter whose test was jacked was not listed. Instead it was an ID #. Ring apparently had the number but didn’t know who it belonged to, and since they wanted a scoop decided to guess it was Peterson since he’d tested positive before and Holt never had. Reporters should never guess. Just report the facts as they’re available.Posted March 29, 2013 6:39 pm
Peej I don’t think so It looks like it’s Cheaterson according to the article I read from Mario Serrano
March 29, 2013 – First and foremost, I want everyone to know that I did not knowingly take any P.E.D., nor do I believe I unknowingly took any P.E.D.
The facts are as follows:
My camp, at my instruction, requested WADA level testing in connection with my bout with Lamont Peterson. Post bout urine samples were sent to the WADA accredited laboratory testing lab in Salt Lake City.
We repeatedly attempted to obtain the lab results from the D.C. Commission, with no success until yesterday. We did, however, receive an email from the Commission stating that both fighters had passed their test. Nonetheless we wanted the actual lab results.
Yesterday we received those lab results. The lab results were not identified by fighter but one of the results showed an elevated HCG level. It was labeled as an “”Atypical Finding.”
There are three levels of findings for WADA testing. There is a “negative” finding, meaning that the athlete has tested “negative” for prohibited substances, there is an “Adverse Analytical Finding,” meaning that there is a prohibited substance, and there is an “Atypical Finding”, meaning there should be further investigation. In part this is because there are certain medical conditions, which can cause elevated HCG levels.
We briefly believed that the test involved was that of Mr. Peterson. In fact it may be mine.
At this point, we do not have a full chain of custody report, which we will obtain. We will also, once the full chain of custody report is obtained, have the “B” sample tested. Finally, when that is completed we will have the medical tests as indicated by the results.
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Publicist ~ Gary Shaw Productions
(408) 607-5756Posted March 29, 2013 6:12 pm
Sorry Mr Peterson … I was all over that, lolPosted March 29, 2013 4:32 pm
Strange response by GBP. Even stranger is the “mistake” about Peterson testing positive for PEDs. Again. Oh well, if Julio Caesar Chavez Jr. can get away with it why not everyone?Posted March 29, 2013 2:48 pm
Hey Oscar we all know how you tossed Floyd positive roid test in the waste basket I’m sure that’s where Petersons wentPosted March 29, 2013 12:27 pm
If it looks fishy and smells fishy then it must be one of the big promotions companies like GBP. After he failed the second test Peterson said he took it by mistake?? Now he did not take it by mistake, he just never took it and they tested the wrong fighter sample. Only in boxing.Posted March 29, 2013 11:33 am
From an article I read, it’s Holts test that has come back a little funny. It said it was an atypical testing. They have to test the B sample to be sure or to figure what’s wrongPosted March 29, 2013 3:44 am
But who cares, even if he gets caught he still CAN KEEP his belts with no problems and while be able to beat the crap out of the “normal” guys that look weak compared to his strenght and stamina.Posted March 29, 2013 3:37 am
So now he’s using the proper modern designer-PEDs instead of regular oldschool PEDs?Posted March 29, 2013 3:35 am
Kid worked hard, beat the poster-boy, cleared and cleared again!
Peterson is a solid bet based on merit, heart and a smart head over 12 rnds!
Lamont, respect to you and your heart!Posted March 29, 2013 12:07 am