By Tan Wang
In an article by the The Daily Star British boxing champ Amir Khan got so defensive when the topic of steroids came up, he went into defensive mode, saying he doesn’t drink and would never put something in his body that would be considered cheating, he even came to the defense of his buddy and training partner Manny Pacquiao.
If I were Khan, I would stop getting defensive and start questioning the man being credited for Manny Pacquiao and Amir’s sudden change in ability and punch resistance, Alex Ariza. I wrote an article on this topic back in January read it here: “Pacquiao Beware of what Supplements you put in your body”
There comes a point in time when you must realize even those who are close to you like Ariza will try anything to give you an edge in a fight. Ariza wants Khan and Pacquiao to win so bad he even makes a secret concoction of supplements that neither fighter know the ingredients. If Ariza wants that cloud of suspicion removed from the Wild Card Boxing Club he should just reveal what he is giving his fighters, so people stop wondering if Manny and Amir are clean or not.
I’ve always supported Floyd Mayweather’s stance on cleaning up the sport of boxing and doing it the natural way and I hope other young athletes follow in Floyd Mayweather’s footsteps by avoiding over the counter muscle building supplements that aren’t FDA approved.
I doubt Amir Khan and Manny Pacquiao are naive to blindly ingest something that could be hazardous to their health, just because their strength and conditioning coach told them to trust him. If they do test positive for banned substances in the future, Alex Ariza already has the alibi “Amir and Manny have no clue what supplements I give them.”
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