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Mayweather's Game Is The Chicken Game

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 22:  Boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather in his first open workout since coming out of retirement, as he prepares for his fight against Juan Manuel Marquez of Mexico, at Peacock Gym on May 22, 2009 in London, England.  The fight's due to take place on July 18, 2009 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)
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Joseph SyContributor IJanuary 29, 2010

Pacquiao's refusal of blood test is not a proof that he is on PED. He could have easily not have any PED in the Mayweather fight. He does not need it because of the fact the opponent have brittle hands. The problem with Pacquiao was, he played the Mayweather's game. More precisely the chicken game, where each of them refuse to yield to one another. It is Mayweather's game for the fact that he brought up the Olympic Blood Test.

What I cant understand is why "Legacy don't pay the bills!" Pacquiao Vs Mayweather fight surely pays the bills more than two fold. And if it was true that Pacquiao was on PED, it would not guarantee Pacquiao's win, but cause Pacquiao to be over confident and aggressive and must play in the wheelhouse of Mayweather's perfect shoulder roll defense. So it would not only pay the bills, but would also get Mayweater's legacy at the same time.

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