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Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Evander Holyfield Develops New Steroid Test

As you are more than likely aware, Evander Holyfield's name was on a list of clients of a steroid/human growth hormone supplier.

Clearly, a muscular Negro with a pea-brain is an easy target for the powers that be to target as a steroid user. But the important part of the story is something you aren't being made aware of: Evander has come up with a reliable and cheap method to test for steroids.

Holyfield revealed: of his former trainers used steroids. "His personality went back and forth. Sometimes he was normal. Sometimes he was aggressive. Another thing I noticed is that he smelled bad. A lot of times people who take steroids have this odor."

So, before we go convicting Evander in the media of wrong doing, let's stop for a moment. We've heard Evander accused of many things and we've read of many characteristics attributed to him. But, never has Evander ever been accused of anything but pleasant emmissions. You think Tyson would bite off the ears of a man that smelled like a hobo?

If Evander can pass his own olfactory steroid test, that's good enough for us.

So, armed with that knowledge, Bud Selig should be able to clear up this steroid business in baseball. And next year, if Shawne Merriman is smelling odd halfway through the season, we'll know he is back on the juice.


Anonymous said...

Well, black people smell odd to begin with so I see no difference.

nation_of_islam_sportsblog said...

"Well, black people smell odd to begin with so I see no difference."

Sir, that odd smell is righteousness. I can understand your unfamiliarity.

merjoem32 said...

I don't know about steroids nut Holyfield should focus on his next scheduled opponent. He will be alright as long as he is matched with faded, old fighters such as Savarese. However, he may well be hurt seriously against a young and hungry contender. In my opinion, he should just walk away from boxing since he has nothing more to prove. I don't think he is capable of winning another title.