Conor Benn caught doping. What to do with him? Fury’s “expert” opinion


Last week, British welterweight Conor Benn (21-0, 14 KOs) disrupted his promoter Eddie Hearn’s massive PPV night (Matchroom Boxing) – in the main event he was supposed to box with fellow middleweight Chris Eubank Jr. (32-2, 23 KOs), but got caught doping.

The offender faces a 4-year disqualification, because it will be very difficult to find sane arguments in an attempt to justify the presence in the body of a fighter of a substance that women take from infertility.

The outrageous John Fury, the father of WBC British heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, acted as an expert.
requires maximum punishment: “Everything is simple here. If he used a prohibited drug, then ban him to x * pits! Ban it, boxing is a dangerous sport.”

Then Fury recalled that his son had previously had a history with a positive doping test, which was still hushed up: “My opinion? I don’t have an opinion. I think so: a person is innocent until you bring his guilt. I was in the same situation when you jumped on us without even waiting for the trial. So I know what I’m talking about.”

Fury suggests at least wait until they open it first sample B fighter: “I will doubt his guilt until they open sample B. What else can I say? If, however, the presence of a prohibited drug is confirmed, then just ban the dude.

Benn himself is “shocked” that he failed the doping test. Says he’s “clean”. And Eubank offered to pay for the removal of a tattoo from the belly of an unfortunate Benn fan: there is a photo. Shame on British boxing legend Ricky Hatton says “it was my f*cking birthday”.