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Trout's Test From Mexico Obtained, Second Test Taken

By Rick Reeno

As BoxingScene.com had previously reported, we were advised by several strong Mexican sources that WBA "regular" junior middleweight champion Austin Trout (23-0, 13KOs) failed a post-fight drug test for last Saturday's fight with David "Destroyer" Lopez (40-13, 23KOs). Trout won a twelve round decision over Lopez in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.

BoxingScene has obtained a copy of the post-fight test result, which shows Trout testing positive for marijuana.

BoxingScene has also obtained a copy of a second test, which Trout may have taken on Tuesday [going by the faded date]. The second test comes up negative for marijuana. No word on what the final ruling will be in Mexico. Lopez's promoter, Hector Garcia, has issued a letter to the WBA to sort the situation out.

 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by schematic24 on 06-16-2011

[QUOTE=antrob;10697973]There is a big difference between using a diuretic and using weed. The diuretic gives you a big advantage because you're not killing yourself to make weight, while smoking some weed give's you no advantage. That was a very dumb…

Comment by antrob on 06-15-2011

[QUOTE=schematic24;10697419]You had previously made a fuss about Cavez Jr. failing a test & that was not roids either. It was a diuretic to make weight. I'm not a Chavez fan at all and I mean no disrespect but we gotta…

Comment by lluisone on 06-15-2011

maybe it was a chicken taco that ate in mexico .... because now they say that chickens are doped in mexico ....... blame Mexican food hahaha :boxing:

Comment by schematic24 on 06-15-2011

[QUOTE=PRBOXINGCOTTO;10697186]Its weed not roids stop trying to give ure fighters more free belts[/QUOTE] You had previously made a fuss about Cavez Jr. failing a test & that was not roids either. It was a diuretic to make weight. I'm not…

Comment by RlCKY on 06-15-2011

Where does it say on the second sheet anything about the results? All I see is test to be performed

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