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left it all on the table with Oprah (EST) Thursday, the first segment of a two part special on the Oprah Winfrey Network. Since word of his confession during Monday taping in Austin, Texas, was first reported by The Associated Press, there has been no shortage of opinions or advice on what Armstrong should say. Related: 10 celebrity apologies left it all on the table with her and when it airs the people can decide, Armstrong said Wednesday in a text sent to the AP. He dismissed a story earlier in the day that described him as contrite when he acknowledged doping while dominating the cycling world. For some, it not just what he said that matters. How he said it, whether angry, tearful or matter of fact, will be judged as well. Related: Oprah stands to gain most from confession Livestrong, the cancer charity Armstrong founded in 1997 and was forced to walk away from last year, said in a statement it expected him to be truthful and forthcoming. A day earlier, World Anti Doping Agency director general discount ugg boots women David Howman said nothing short of a confession under oath talking to a talk show host could prompt a reconsideration of Armstrong lifetime ban from sanctioned events. And Frankie Andreu, a former teammate that Armstrong turned on, said the disgraced cyclist had an obligation to tell all he knit ugg boots knew and help clean up the sport. Related: Why is Armstrong confessing now?? have no idea what the future holds other than me holding my kids, Armstrong said in the text. Anti Doping Agency, including a reportedly contentious face to face meeting with USADA chief executive Travis Tygart near the Denver airport. Postal Service team to title after title at the Tour de France. In addition to the lifetime ban, Armstrong was stripped of all seven wins, lost nearly all of his endorsements and was forced to cut ties with Livestrong. According to a person with knowledge of the situation, Armstrong has information that might lead to his ban being reduced to eight years. That would make him eligible to compete in elite triathlons, many of which are sanctioned under world anti doping rules, in 2020, when Armstrong will be 49. He was a professional athlete in the three discipline sport as a teenager, and returned to competition after retiring from ugg boot slippers cycling in 2011. That person also said the bar for Armstrong redemption is higher now than when the case was open, a time during which he refused to speak to investigators. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because he was discussing a confidential matter. Armstrong, who always prized loyalty on his racing teams, now faces some very tough choices himself: whether to co operate and name those who may have aided, abetted or helped cover up the long time use of PEDs. Armstrong left his hometown of Austin, where the interview was taped at a downtown hotel, and is in Hawaii. He is named as a defendant in at least two pending lawsuits, and possibly a third. The Justice Department faces a Thursday deadline on whether to join a whistle blower lawsuit filed by former teammate Floyd Landis, who was stripped of the 2006 Tour de France title for doping.