Conor Benn’s most recent rival has spoken out after his adverse test results ahead of his scheduled game against Chris Eubank Jr – and is now questioning whether Benn used doping when they hit. each other or not.
Chris Van Heerden, who lost to ‘Terminator’ this past April, says Talksport Benn’s power is no different than he has experienced in his career.
“I couldn’t help but ask the question and go on, ‘Shit, is he clean against me?’ It only raises that question because I fought Errol Spence and [Jaron] Ennis,”
“I fought some big boxers and I got hit a lot. When I say that, I’ve been beaten clean and I’ve never been left out. Never in my entire career, not even by Spence. “
“This is Conor Benn and he hit me with one shot in the second half and it blew me away and I am no more. I still can’t handle it. I never had to go down, but I did, and I got over it and in boxing, it was a punch. “
“I am not a heavy loser but I am fair enough. I couldn’t help but ask the question, and I got a little annoyed. “
The fight between Benn and Eubank Jr is officially postponed after news of an adverse finding in a VADA test submitted by Benn.
Although Eubank Jr and his team expressed their wish for the fight to continue, but The British Boxing Control Board released a statement saying they would not sanction the competition with no choice but to cancel the game.