BBBofC And UKAD Appeal Conor Benn’s Suspension Being Removed

Conor Benn’s future has been thrown up in the air once again after The British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC) and the UK Anti-Doping Agency [UKAD] decided to appeal the fact that his suspension had been removed. 

Benn was initially suspended by UKAD in April after he had failed two VADA tests for Clomiphene. The boxer was set to face Chris Eubank Jr, however, the fight was understandably pulled.

Benn maintained that he was innocent, as his case was strengthened following the decision of the National Anti-Doping Panel (NADP) to remove his suspension. 

Benn’s team reportedly argued that UKAD’s rules did not apply to him since he didn’t possess a BBBofC license.

Not only that, but Benn’s team apparently stressed that his urine sample may have shown his food had been contaminated, which could have been from eggs. 

But given that UKAD and the BBBofC had the right to appeal, Benn was not out of the woods. And now his future could be in doubt. 

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