Conor Benn reveals the claims for which he intends to sue BBBoC

For lost wages and reputational harm, Conor Benn plans to sue the British Boxing Board of Control.

'The Destroyer' is still engaged in his conflict with BBBoC.

The two's feud started in October, just days before Benn's fight with Chris Eubank Jr., when he tested positive for clomifene.

The welterweight prospect has been adamantly asserting his innocence for the past few months.

The WBC, on the other hand, acknowledged Benn's innocence and recently let him to reclaim his place atop their rankings at welterweight.

The council said that an excessive egg intake resulted in a positive test.The

BBBoC, which oversees all significant events in the UK, has declined to exonerate him.

The British celebrity says "I will undoubtedly sue the board. I'll get in touch with my legal team.''



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