The British Boxing Authority has announced that Conor Benn has given up his boxing license and the charges against him have been accepted.
At the beginning of this month, Benn was scheduled to fight Chris Eubank Jr. in the competition that will do with each other, but in the end the competition was stopped. At first, the Daily Mail reported that, a few days before the fight was scheduled, Benn failed a drug test on September 23.
Benn tested positive for clomiphene, a popular fertility drug for women, but also used to boost testosterone levels in men.
The British government would publicly ban Benn-Eubank from continuing – leading to the cancellation of the entire event.
The BBC released a statement on the matter – “The BBBofC has summoned Conor Benn to attend a hearing on allegations of misconduct pursuant to Rule 25.1.1. The session was held on October 21, 2022.
“On the morning of the hearing, Mr. Benn voluntarily surrendered his BBBofC license.
“According to its rules and regulations, the commission assessed the allegations after the hearing that Mr. Benn received according to law.
“The allegations against Mr. Benn have been accepted.”