What is Floyd so insistent on the blood test before the fight? I "understand" Manny's point of view. He is superstitious. And no matter what you say, you fuck with a fighter's mind, he's head is not going to be in the game. So, of course he isn't going to submit to Floyd's "one demand". I would like to know what Floyd' objection to Manny taking the test after the fight? I think that he has one concern - which is that he think that he might lose, and if he does, even if Manny pops, no one is going to remember that. This suggests that Floyd is altogether confident in his ability to beat Manny. Because if Floyd beats Manny, no one is going to care if Manny pops. If anything, it would add to Floyd's reputation. Floyd is superstitious about manny being on steroids, but you want to overlook that too. Not much to talk about here. It seems like you rather support manny's ignorance than support a pioneering effort to make the sport cleaner. Enjoy the fight though. I know you'll be watching. Running scared. . . http://sports.yahoo.com/box/news?slu...dducking072710 http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/201...ther.pacquiao/ http://www.eastsideboxing.com/news.php?p=28235&more=1 Basically, Pac has even agreed to testing all the way up to the fight. Floyd has also been offered 65 million. Floyd is lying about any and everything he can to milk this for all it's worth. So Pac has agreed to every one of his stupid testing demands, and Floyd is being offered a ton of cash to fight and yet he still won't sign the fight. Dude is straight up scared to fight Pac Man. Yes, manny is so sure of how much he agreed to testing that he couldn't even say he agreed when a fan AZZked him in front of a crowd to please take the test. He replied with some junk along the lines of, "uhhhhmmm, you have to BELIEVE my power is natural." Yep. This fight, if it ever happens, is very likely to go to decision. Manny is going to be stalking all night, and Floyd is worried that the judges will award aggression even if he "outboxes" Manny. You can't stalk someone if you don't know how to cut off the ring. I don't know how much you actually watch manny's fights, but he needs the space in the center of the ring to fully get off. The problem is the center of the ring is where "boxing" does its best. No one "outboxes" Floyd.