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Promoters issue statement about Eubank-Benn war after drug test discovery


Chris Eubank Jr and Conor Benn’s fight this weekend was in jeopardy this morning because The report was broken of a drug test that found the banned substance, Clomiphene.

In response to the news that the VADA drug test on Conor Benn had returned an adverse result on the performance enhancer, the promoters of the event released a statement alluding to the fight going on. plan.

Wasserman, who is teaming up with Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing to promote, confirmed the news and provided more information on other trials, events and boxers.

The statement, shared by both Kalle Sauerland and Eddie Hearnread:

“We are told 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. “

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