Conor Benn failed a drug test before fighting Eubank

MATCH REPORT – CHRIS EUBANK JR VS. CONOR BENN FIGHT: We learned that a randomized anti-doping trial of Conor Benn conducted by the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association returned an adverse analysis of trace amounts of an fertility drug. Model B has yet to be tested, which means no rule violations have been confirmed. Indeed, Mr. Benn has not been charged with any rule violations, he has not been suspended and he is still free to fight.

Mr Benn has since passed a doping control test conducted by the UK Anti-Doping Authority, the anti-doping body to which the British Boxing Board authorized doping control testing for the bout. Mr Benn has passed all doping control tests carried out by UKAD.

Both fighters have received medical and legal advice, know all relevant information and wish to continue the fight this Saturday.


Wasserman’s stars were ready to shine in the final as ‘Born Rivals’ Chris Eubank Jr. and Conor Benn clash during a ticketing night of the historic boxing match at The O2 in London on Saturday, October 8, exclusively live on DAZN around the world and on DAZN PPV in the UK and Ireland.

‘King’ Lyndon Arthur wasted no time in returning to the ring after light-heavyweight took place at Bolton on September 17. Arthur (20-1 14 KOs) last faced Walter Sequeira, and stopped him. his opponents during six innings dominated at the University of Bolton Stadium earlier this month. Now, the former Commonwealth champion will face Cesar Reynoso as he looks to pick up where he left off.

“I am expecting much of the same. Bolton is about to get back there, sweat it and win,” Arthur said. “We’ve ticked all the boxes, and now we’ll look to improve things again on Saturday night.”

Saturday offers a great opportunity for Arthur to deliver a statement to a global audience. He has participated in big fights before and experienced the expectations that come with being an elite fighter, and he is enjoying the opportunity to continue to strive for titles and pay off. Thank you to my loyal fans.

“If you want to go places in the sport then you have to be prepared for the big nights where you need to perform. It was interesting and another chance for me to be reminded of what I do, Arthur said. “The message has always been clear to my supporters – I appreciate you, and I’m here to make sure we get to the top. Stand in front of the screen for battle night! “

This epic night continues in the name of Eubank with Harlem Eubank’s encounter with Spaniard David Martin over six rounds in the Superlightweight division. Harlem (15-0 6 KOs), cousin of Chris Eubank Jr, has continued to build on impressive performances such as overtaking Eliot Chavez in July as well as Sean ‘Masher’ Dodd’s standout KO in the capital in May as he looks beyond progress on this major phase.

“I am always progressive. With Charlie Beatts, Adam Booth and the rest of the team, we’re constantly working to figure out where we can improve,” Harlem said. “I am very aware that a fighter must always find ways to develop himself and that is why we never just prepare for a fight, but always do rounds in that gym to become the best. The best Harlem Eubank I could be.”

This is a unique family affair for Chris Jr and Harlem, battling an event with each other as well as a pageant around the event and its history. One thing that was consistent throughout the build up to a major battle was their loyalty to each other, and the support that was exchanged between the two fighters.

“We are a family, and we will always support each other because we have Eubank blood in our veins,” Harlem said. “We also respect each other as professional fighters. I admire Junior and all he has achieved in the sport so far, and I think we both look forward to continuing to make each other proud Saturday night. “

Top heavyweight ‘magic’ Matty Harris is likely to continue to stun his opponent with a third consecutive first-round KO win against Jiri Surmak from the Czech Republic. Ahead of his six-round tie, Harris (3-0 2 KOs) will have confidence in his mind after heavy saves against Mait Metsis in Newcastle in April and mirror the same eight weeks later in Liverpool against Pawel Strykowski. In a typical confident mood, the ‘Magic’ man can’t wait to do his next trick this weekend.

“Every fight is important, but a historic battle like Eubank Jr vs Benn isn’t a bad match to be in, is it?” Harris 6ft 8 inches said. “I have the opportunity to continue to make my name and get more attention because I hope to have some more outstanding moments.”

“We are in a division with giants carrying bombs in their hands. The battles could end at any moment, and it made sense to me to use my powers to have a short night at work. “

Former Team GB star Chloe Watson will continue to showcase her Flyweight talents as she takes on former world champion Nancy Franco over six rounds. The undefeated (3-0) Watson made the claim for ‘Fight of the Night’ back at home in Liverpool in June as she overcame Fara El Bousari’s tough test. She has another big question to answer against Franco, and will be looking to do it spectacularly on Saturday.

“Saturday night will be epic for everyone involved. It was a big British fight, and to have a chance to steal some headlines was perfect. I can’t wait, if you’re not excited for nights like this then why would you join the sport,” Watson said.

“She has had her title fights, as well as 19 wins with five knockouts. I have serious preparation for each opponent that I have had from my amateur days so far and Franco will take it very seriously,” Watson continued. “I’m very confident. She can bring what she likes, but I always return to myself to meet any challenge and rise to the top. “

As boxer Birkenhead continues to learn from the legendary Ricky ‘The Hitman’ Hatton, she grows more and more confident with each training session shared with Mancunian. Attached to the environment of a former world champion, Watson knows the support of such a large boxing presence means she can count on him to help propel her to becoming a world champion. Future.

“We worked on a lot of things. I’m sitting on my punches more and developing ways to establish my chances of getting the big shots,” Watson said. “Working with Ricky will always be invaluable. He’s someone who knows what it takes to get to the top of the sport and whatever wall he asks me to overcome, I have no doubt it needs to be done.”


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