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  • #11
    Women’s infertility drug? Boosting testo.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by denium View Post
      Don't worry lads, Hearn has UKAD paid off, this will all get hushed up like Dillian's numerous positive tests.
      Yet you ignore Furys positive tests

      You’re not a boxing fan

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      • #13
        Originally posted by denium View Post
        Don't worry lads, Hearn has UKAD paid off, this will all get hushed up like Dillian's numerous positive tests.
        You're not wrong - the fight in confirmed as still on!

        Agreed re Benn's "interesting" transformation from sloppy wannabe banger to explosive KO artist too
        Liverian Liverian likes this.

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        • #14
          Apparently Eubank still wants the fight to go ahead

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          • #15
            They're all on steroids. Anybody who believes otherwise is nuts.
            charliepaerker charliepaerker likes this.

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              • #17
                Originally posted by M312 View Post
                Apparently Eubank still wants the fight to go ahead
                Most fighters not named Randamie don't really care if their opponent fails tests because it's money lost if the fight gets cut.

                It's really just the media and NSB that react when it happens.

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                • #18


                  Looks like the fight is still happening right now. At least until a B sample is back

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by M312 View Post
                    Translation:

                    VADA (who NSB prefers) says he popped.
                    UKAD says he didn't.

                    Mind you, Benn got criticism 4 years ago when he was refusing to sign up for random testing. Just saying

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                    • #20
                      Fight going ahead anyway, drug ain't considered a performance enhancer per the Sun (much as I dislike using em as a source their sports articles are generally OK)

                      SunSport understands Benn has returned an adverse finding in his pre-fight drug test - but the bout is still set to go ahead.

                      Eddie Hearn said in a statement: "We have been made aware that a random anti-doping test for Conor Benn conducted by the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association returned an adverse analytical finding for trace amounts of a fertility drug.

                      "The B sample has yet to be tested, meaning that no rule violation has been confirmed.


                      "Indeed, Mr Benn has not been charged with any rule violation, he is not suspended, and he remains free to fight.

                      "Mr. Benn has since passed a doping control test conducted by the UK Anti-Doping Agency, the anti-doping authority to which the British Board of Boxing Control has delegated its doping control testing for the bout.

                      "Mr Benn has passed all doping control tests conducted by UKAD.

                      "Both fighters have taken medical and legal advice, are aware of all relevant information, and wish to proceed with the bout this Saturday."
                      Apologies posting from the Pick Em account but I was in the middle of Pick Em stuff when I saw the thread and needed to find out if I should change this weeks' Pick Em or not... couldn't be arsed switching accounts.

                      Koba

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