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Pacquiao-Mayweather Enhancement Drugs Controversy Revived

Floyd Mayweather, Sr. has not wavered on his claim that Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao has been taking performance-enhancing drugs during his last few fights as his camp has demanded that a new test be conducted again by another agency.

The camp of undefeated American boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr. is again reviving the controversy surrounding the highly publicized performance enhancing drug the senior Mayweather claimed Pacquiao was using during the Filipino boxers last few fights.
Mayweather's representatives are demanding that Pacquiao as well as Floyd, Jr. take the Olympic style drug testing in the weeks leading to the fight.

Leonard Ellerbe said that they will make sure that the drug test be implemented.
Ellerbe stressed that the decision was made solely by him and fellow Mayweather adviser Al Hayman, without their fighter’s input.

“It’s not a one-way thing, it’s both fighters who are subject to testing,” Ellerbe said. “And this is not Floyd saying this. This is me and Al. This is one of the biggest fights in the history of the sport and the fans deserve it to be fair.

It may be recalled that the senior Mayweather told SI's Chris Mannix that he believed Pacquiao's ability to take Cotto's powerful shots and keep coming proved the champion was taking performance-enhancing substances. "I know Floyd is the best," said Mayweather Sr. "But when [your opponent] uses something illegal, even the best can get hurt."

Mayweather, Sr.'s claim that Pacquiao is into performance-enhancing drugs has never been supported by evidence, raising doubts on the veracity and truthfulness of the claim.
Pacquiao has submitted himself to a series of drug test with the Nevada State Athletic Commission and the latest test result showed the boxer is clean.

Pacquiao, who became the first boxer to win seven championships in as many weight classes, underwent urine tests twice -- before and after the fight -- and both came back negative, said Keith Kizer, executive director of the Nevada State Athletic Commission. It's the the 10th time the Filipino has turned in clean tests in Nevada, the report said.
Boxing fans observed that by demanding that Pacquiao submits to a new drug test by another agency, the Mayweather camp is in effect questioning the capability and integrity of the Nevada State Athletic Commission, a regulatory agency of the State of Nevada.

I think it should be fair for both Pacquiao and Mayweather camp to take drug test to stop the claims without evidence. Nevada State Athletic Commission could file a case against Mayweather camp due questioning the analysis on Pacquiao. So what do you think guys? Leave your thoughts on the comments.