Where Your Dreams Become Reality
You are reporting the following post to the moderators for review and possible removal from the forum|
Subject: RE: Eddie Hellebuyck "'Yeah,' he says, 'I did it.'"
I don't think Pacquiao is doping, and one has to give him the benefit of the doubt. I am disappointed, though, that Pacquiao refuses to do the blood tests before fights, which his opponent would also have to do - so they would both, in theory, be slightly weaker.
With regard to Eddie: It seems like there is a collective, irrational, hysteria, surrounding the whole issue here, and people are getting influenced in thinking the guy is a villain.
What more does he have to do to make amends? One feels reasonably certain, that with his integrity, Eddie would pay back some of the winnings he earned, if it became clearly established when his doping advantage had benefits on the races he ran, but that will be difficult to do.
Running masters races would really not be that lucrative for a guy like Eddie. Anyway, the savvy business person that Eddie is - he does not need those extra earnings. He loves to run and race because it is natural to him, and he will continue to do so, paid or not. And no - he does not need to dope to run 32 minutes......he could do that with his eyes closed, and that kind of time, would win most races, masters or not, in the Tucson area.
Ghost in Saudi, www.kfupm.edu.sa
Hit the submit button below if you want us to review the post. If you feel this is urgent or want a reply, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org about the post and please include a link to the thread the post is on and what page number/post on that page it is