You just don't get understand my point, obviously. The entire point you try to make is moot. Rules or laws that seem unreasonable are still legally enforced.Enlightened-One wrote: ↑04 Jul 2022, 04:39Why is it "laughable" and "pathetic"?
The only thing Canelo is guilty of is breaking a rule that was deemed so incredibly unreasonable, that it was subsequently changed for all sports by multiple sporting organisations.
If any athlete, regardless the sport, was tested today and their blood contained the same levels of clenbuterol that Canelo's did in 2018, then they’d be deemed as being clean.
And those facts I’ve cited aren’t up for discussion. They are the truth!
Let me dumb it down a little for you. Let's say I got a speeding ticket going 70mph and the speed limit was 60. Now the speed limit is 70. That doesn't mean I wasn't guilty of speeding at the time. I wasn't really guilty because the speed limit was unreasonable? Are you fornicating 12yrs old? Next you will probably say Canelo's drug cheat charge (2 separate tests) should be expunged? Erik Morales got a 2 yr ban for the same exact thing. Maybe he should sue. Canelo just miscalculated his cycling. Tainted meat my ass. Multi-millionaires with chefs, nutritionists, etc don't eat tacos from the corner taco stand randomly during training. Quit while you are behind.