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Rethinking boxing's PEDs conundrum

With athletes always a step ahead, less testing may be a necessary evil

Updated: April 3, 2013, 3:37 PM ET
By Nigel Collins | ESPN.com

I can remember Bobby Czyz, who was moonlighting as a color commentator at the time, holding forth at great length on the subject of steroids during a production meeting for a 1996 fight card televised by the Fox Network. He seemed to know an awful lot about them at a time when performing-enhancing drugs (PEDs) were seldom discussed in boxing circles. Czyz, who was scheduled to fight Evander Holyfield in a few months and suspected Evander was juicing, joked that he wouldn't be surprised if Holyfield's ...

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