The Conor Benn controversy could compel BBBoC to alter its doping policies

Due to Conor Benn's recent drug offences, the BBBoC may undergo significant modification.

In October of last year, "The Destroyer" was supposed to take on Chris Eubank Jr. Benn, though, tested positive for clomifene just a few days before the much-awaited match. 

 The medicine is often used to conceal the use of steroids, however there is one problem.

The welterweight's failure in the random tests had nothing to do with the venue where he was competing.

Benn passed all of UK Anti-tests, Doping's even though the British Boxing Board of Control collaborates with them.

Robert Smith, general secretary of the BBBoC, mentioned that the Conor Benn scenario may lead to a regulation change in a recent interview

He stated: "We always act morally. Positive tests cannot be disregarded. We might need to [modify].''

After this case is resolved, we might need to alter our rules in that regard.



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