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te tumbo

“te tumbo , the reason . . .” STFU you FAT and BORING old woman before you give yourself another outpatient hematoma . . . “Boo” . . . :twisted:

Posted March 7, 2013 3:15 am 


Dan D

All drugs cheats, no matter what banned substance, whether performance enhancing or simply illegal, should be fined and banned. The fine should be considerably large and the nan should be extensive but the problem is that the law is not consistent. Always one rule for one…

Posted March 6, 2013 4:06 am 


Anonymous

Que Puta Sucia..

Posted March 5, 2013 7:14 pm 


Anonymous

Jr. Looks all Waxy in that Photo, like a greasy transvestite..

Posted March 5, 2013 7:13 pm 


Elanore the Hag

te tumbo , the reason Chavez got stiffed is because he is a Mexican. Don’t you know that? LMFAO!

Posted March 5, 2013 6:47 pm 


Anonymous

Sorry fraud like his dad, deserves what he got.

Posted March 5, 2013 1:59 pm 


te tumbo

while Junior and Angulo are legally but unfairly fined and sidelined/incarcerated for long periods of time, Berto, Peterson, and Shane are given virtual passes and in Mosley’s case, scott free. even after admitting on videotape that he juiced for his rematch v. DLH the NSAC didn’t even bother to nullify the already outrageous decision. selective prosecution/persecution in the ugly-American tradition.

Posted March 5, 2013 12:25 pm 


maracho

That said, it has been firmly established by both tribal leaders since the ancient past to modern science, that marijuana and all mood altering chemicals are to be strictly regulated and only taken in the strictest moderation for medical use. However, we now have the California State Athletic Commission, the NCAA, USADA, WADA, and the IOC are all beginning to loosen these restrictions on Marijuana and other so called therapeutics. MMA fighter Nick Diaz presently has case against the Nevada State Athletic Commission for a therapeutic marijuana use. 99.9% of studies show that athletic performance by marijuana users will not only suffer greatly but any expanded will lead to all sorts of other pathologies. This politically correct pro drug agenda is just more craziest to go along with all the rest politics. Its as crazy as the morons who just took wrestling out of the Olympics.

Posted March 5, 2013 11:49 am 


maracho

Joe, good call on the 8th amendment. Moreover, the constitution’s “three absolute rights … the right of personal security, the right of personal liberty and the right of personal property. “The protection of these faculties” Madison wrote in The Federalist No. 10, “is the first object of government.” Thus, government officials are “supposed to loose their sovereign immunity whenever they violate one’s Civil Rights. However, the government, courts, lawyers, cops, insurance companies, lobbyists, etc.. are all in cahoots to take our personal property. “In the end, the government teaches people by its example. Crime is contagious. If the government becomes a lawbreaker, it breeds contempt for the law, it invites every man to come a law unto himself. It invites anarchy.”

Posted March 5, 2013 11:25 am 


Anonymous

Wow! I have read some articles from some dumb writers before, but this writer takes the cake. Babbling on about the law which he obviously knows nothing about. This article is full of stupidity. Maybe you should of consulted with a lawyer before making an ass of yourself with this article. For example, talking about liability and negligence without knowing what they mean. First, yes a court would have the ability to deal with this issue. This has nothing to do with negligence to even mention it shows extreme ignorance about what negligence is. Yu do know about the branches of government don't you/? Maybe you should of listened in your social studies course in HS. Arum does have a valid point, the 8th amendment does prohibit excessive fines. So there could be a constitutional question here and that is where NSAC would have to answer to a federal court, depending on the Nevada state constitution which could also have something similar to the 8th amendment portion of excessive fines. So Arum does have a possible case here. You obviously don't like Chavez, but the fine does seem excessive and the NSAC does not have the power to just hand out any ridiculous fine they want to. It has to be within reason and the law. Once yo0u look at all the fines that NSAC has issued ranging from steroids to other drugs over the years will be the factor and it will probably show that Chavez was fined excessively in proportion to his offense. Its too bad you did not do a little homework before you wrote this article and made a fool of yourself.

Posted March 5, 2013 9:16 am 


Lightweight Mike

No way it’ll get paid.

Posted March 5, 2013 6:22 am 


joe

Wow! I have read some articles from some dumb writers before, but this writer takes the cake. Babbling on about the law which he obviously knows nothing about. This article is full of stupidity. Maybe you should of consulted with a lawyer before making an ass of yourself with this article. For example, talking about liability and negligence without knowing what they mean. First, yes a court would have the ability to deal with this issue. This has nothing to do with negligence to even mention it shows extreme ignorance about what negligence is. You do know about the branches of government don’t you? Maybe you should of listened in your social studies course in HS. Arum does have a valid point, the 8th amendment does prohibit excessive fines. So there could be a constitutional question here and that is where NSAC would have to answer to a federal court, depending on the Nevada state constitution which could also have something similar to the 8th amendment portion of excessive fines. So Arum does have a possible case here. You obviously don’t like Chavez, but the fine does seem excessive and the NSAC does not have the power to just hand out any ridiculous fine they want to. It has to be within reason and the law. Once you look at all the fines that NSAC has issued ranging from steroids to other drugs over the years will be the factor and it will probably show that Chavez was fined excessively in proportion to his offense. Its too bad you did not do a little homework before you wrote this article and made a fool of yourself.

Posted March 5, 2013 5:25 am 


Hidalgo

Jr. is a great, but careless and irresponsible talent. I shed no tears for him. When he comes back though, I want to see him fighting in the weight division he belongs in, and that ain’t middleweight.

Posted March 5, 2013 2:00 am 


PEEJ

And also the fine for being caught with ween in Nevada is a pretty hefty fine. It is actually worse than some other hard core drugs, or at least it used to be

Posted March 5, 2013 1:04 am 


PEEJ

Like I said before the problem is that he has failed a test before so regardless of what you failed the test for the 2nd time, the fact is you have failed a 2nd time and he deserves a fine. The reason why it is so much is because of the second fail. No I don’t agree with it but you know what, if you have a regular job and you fail a piss test you get fired, not fined and suspended and then the right to make money again, you just get fired and you have to find a different job.

Posted March 5, 2013 1:03 am 


Bfan

How much was micheal phelps fined when he was seen on a youtube pullin tubes? This fine is ridiculous. All you righteous aholes saying he deserves it should go f yourselves!

Posted March 5, 2013 12:34 am 


UJelly?

I think Chavez Jr is as stupid as anyone else does for smoking weed in fight prep, but 900K is a joke. That’s simply highway robbery by the commission (trying to line their own pockets), and courts should have the power to overrule.
If my employer were to try to fine me and suspend me from work for 9 months for smoking weed, I’m pretty sure there’d be courts that would overrule that decision (and probably award me with some kind of damages pay out as well)… so even though they’re not technically Chavez’ employers, they’re not far removed from that.

Posted March 5, 2013 12:17 am 


K.C.

Ridiculous sanctions! WTF?!

Posted March 4, 2013 11:00 pm 


Lman

Was the sample taken that had weed in it even his? From what I can remember there was a bunch of guys in the bathroom with him when he was asked to take a pee, or atleast thats whats been alleged, not wanting to be a conspirancy theorist here but a positive THC result is not the same as a positive stanozolol result in terms of legality and public perception…His struggle to make weight is no secret…just saying..

Posted March 4, 2013 10:33 pm 


PEEJ

As much as I don’t agree with weed being illegal, the fact is that it is illegal and this is the 2nd time he has been caught with an illegal substance in his system, he should be fined to the max and if that is the max well he needs to deal with it

Posted March 4, 2013 9:33 pm 


Bert Blewett fan

Lovely mascara,boy…that fine includes Texas non drug test ??????? Thats why is so big.

Posted March 4, 2013 7:27 pm 


largo

900k????? hahahahaha…that HAS to be a mis-print…

Posted March 4, 2013 5:19 pm 


Anonymous

All the hopla about this weed test,yet Wach got tested positive for roids in his fight against k-bro. yet not a word about that from esb very strange.

Posted March 4, 2013 3:41 pm 


Anonymous

kid is a term used because Im old enough to be his elderly father.Yes he should be fined and punished.But is he being punished and fined more then a roid user??Are they going beyond thier reach in this case,as roid offenders get less punishment??And yes maybe this clown is using roids like alot of people suspect,but this case is about weed nothing else so does the crime fit the punishment???

Posted March 4, 2013 3:37 pm 


Anonymous

I dont like Chavez jr. I think hes a spoiled brat thats in love with himself.But to hit this kid with that kind of fine is crazy,do these cheats who get caught with roids get that kind of fine??Using roids you could kill somebody in the ring.Using weed you only hurt yourself in the ring I belive.Weed will not help your speed..power..or abilty to take a shot,if anything it makes the body lazy.So if this kid is getting fined alot more then roid users its seems very unfair.

Posted March 4, 2013 1:43 pm 


Cheese cake in Montreal

This is plain stupid. 9 months and 900k for a bit of weed?

Posted March 4, 2013 1:29 pm 



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