I just read this article and found it intersting. I previously posted a topic on this subject. I was wondering if the OSDT had something to do with Ortiz not being able to beat the count. I know that the shot you don't see coming is the one that puts your lights out. I'm not trying to discredit Floyd's KO (because that right hand rocked that boy), but Berto looked to have hit him a little harder. Anytime I see a fighter looking like a 'man possessed', I think of PED's. So I find it a little odd how Mayweather's demand for testing showed us a different Victor Ortiz than the one we saw in the Berto fight. I wonder if that kind of thinking fuels Lou DiBella (my hometown promoter) to say he wants the same kind of test that was used in the fight with Mayweather. I'm looking forward to hearing his reasoning on the matter. That's only if he decides to address it. These days fighters want to take you to court.