November 30th, 2010 By Pedro Fernandez
BOXINGWEB ROOKIE ADAMANT VANDER IS/WAS CLEAN
San Francisco, CA- Having gotten in a pissing contest with a blogger, I figured the best thing to do would be to take it to you, the people that make up the boxing fan base. Most of you know of Evander Holyfield’s 178 lb. Olympic 1984 finale, when he was disqualified for hitting Kevin Berry as the ref called for a break. The punch was already in motion when the official made the call, so disqualifying Evander, to me anyway, was just another chickens*it move made on the Yanks by the Olympic Committee.
RECEIVED & SIGNED FOR MANY STEROID ORDERS!
Now, there was a number of times that one Evan Fields, he signed for Steroids and related Performance Enhancing Drugs that were sent to his house under the aforementioned alias from Signature Pharmacy. The case was dropped when some plea deals were made in order to keep some high profile clients of Signature out of the press.
NAIVE BUT STRONG IN HIS FEELINGS
Now what this young writer, and I won’t name him because I know how this is going to go and I don’t want to embarrass the young buck, said that the Signature charges that were signed for by Evan Fields, whom the Fed Ex driver has swore was Evander Holyfield, that people send him stuff he didn’t order in the mail all the time.
FED EX DELIVERY IS A SPECIAL DELIVERY
When somebody sends you a Fed Ex, you look at who its from before signing for the package. In addition, one might accidently sign for something once, but Evan Fields, the man that answered Evander Holyfield’s door, was identified in court documents as Evander Holyfield, this Evan Fields signed for a number of Fed Ex slips.
WE WILL LEAVE IT TO YOU THE FANS!
OK, you have both sides, I think he has, and the Kid thinks Evander never used Steroids. So, I put the question to you boxing fans of the highest IQ, the “Ring Talk” family members: Do you think Evander Holyfield has been a juicer?