- Jul 12, 2012
Until all legal issues and lawsuits are settled, Lance Armstrong is not going to be "bringing others down."
He has "the dope" on the UCI -- his bribe payment to them. He is not going to admit that.dgodave said:If hes got the dope on other riders - or the UCI, and its convincing, lots of people will hand him back some credibility.
It happened with Floyd, sort of.
If Lance had something on anybody, he'd have released it long ago.Roninho said:Maybe if he has something to implicate possible partners in crime who are abandoning him right now (UCI, Verbrugge, etc.) ?
I think he surely must have planned for this day, he might be able to life with telling a lie, but perhaps the others couldn'tTheMight said:If Lance had something on anybody, he'd have released it long ago.
Never mind the house cleaning that was done when the federal case was launched.
You think Armstrong ever expected to get caught?
I agree. He is very competitive and tough and able. He will say....f*** you guys, I will show you. Not sure in what field but he will come back. That's why still many pro's hedging their bets and don't talk against him or even still endorse him. They still want to be in his good books. They learned one thing: You don't mess with LA, you don't mess with a psycho.kielbasa said:After watching History Channel's "Men who built America", seeing how ruthless they could be whilst hiding behind their philanthropy (I won't vouch for the historical accuracy), I couldn't help but make a connection. It's all about winning against the other guy and it's not something that just goes away.
It's clearly not in LA's personality to just go away. Life's a race. Since he's out of the sport, he'll reinvent himself in a different field, probably business (biomedical? cancer treatment?), and possibly go after sport in general. He may bring tremendous amount of money into it and make everyone utterly dependent on him. He could create an even bigger following than ever before.
With all due respect, WTF are you talking about here? he in no way, shape, or form, got "screwed over", he "got" exactly what's coming to him.TheEnoculator said:He got totally screwed over and he wants to take the entire sport with him.