Tyson Fury responded to Conor Benn’s double positive test for clomiphene with his shoulders.
Fury, the current WBC heavyweight champion, jokingly wondered if his fellow Brits were hoping to add to his family.
The “Gypsy King” appeared on the True Geordie podcast for an interview this week that didn’t end well.
But before the violence started, Fury took part in a fifteen-minute segment with host Brian Davis about a number of topics. One of them is Benn.
When asked about Benn’s approved drug trial for female fertility drugs, Fury did not respond to the question.
The WBC heavyweight champion, who served the ban years ago, did not want to give a direct answer.
Tyson Fury asked about Conor Benn
“It’s not all about me. I don’t go into it. You’re talking to Tyson Fury, “The Gypsy King.”
“I am not a sheep. I am my own person. I don’t follow the “Let’s talk about someone else because he’s in style,” Fury said.
He continued: “I do not ignore what they are doing. It doesn’t matter to me. I keep this nose in what concerns me.
“I don’t get involved in other people’s business. While.”
But as he spoke, Fury could say something about failure while adding a game for good measure.
“I don’t care what Conor Benn does. He’s about ten stone. He’s not in my league.
Conor Benn is ‘trying to have twins’
“I don’t focus on what they do in their lives. I have no interest in what fertility drugs they take. I do not mind.
“Maybe he’s trying for twins and taking IVF? – I don’t know, and I don’t really care.”
Benn is facing a fierce battle to clear his name after revealing that an infection was the cause of his failed test two weeks apart.
The British Boxing Authority is investigating the negative results shown by the VADA program.
The banned substance clomiphene is a performance enhancing drug known to increase testosterone levels. This led to the end of his fight with Chris Eubank Jr. at the O2 stadium in London last October.
Releasing a statement to the BBofC over allegations of misconduct, the British boxer denied his team’s innocence: “He has strongly denied the allegations of misconduct.” in. [which for the avoidance of doubt is *not* in relation to the VADA issue].
“He truly believes that an independent court would reach a different conclusion.”
Scoring all UKAD tests raises more questions than answers, though. Fertility testing by VADA, a well-known testing system, does not appear with the UK version of the programme.
“The Destroyer” insists he’s “not stupid” after revealing he’s lost the “biggest fight of my life” more than once.
Matchroom Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn and Benn’s team stand by the fighter now. But Hearn admitted he wasn’t sure what the outcome would be for the 26-year-old.
Losing his boxing license left Benn with few options. He tried to fight outside the UK or wait for Wasserman Boxing President Kalle Sauerland to come back with a new offer to take the Eubank fight to the Middle East.
Although Benn’s social media case is very damaging. It is in boxing’s best interest to resolve the issue before even attempting to return to the ring.
It is the fans who need the most satisfaction. Many people already believe Benn is guilty because of the pollution excuse.
Cedrick Peynaud is a man on the moon
Former opponent Cedrick Peynaud, who gave Benn the kittens when they fought two black eyes for good measure, spoke to World Boxing News over the weekend.
He told WBN that: “It’s sad because to be the best is to improve yourself, but not at someone else’s expense.”
“We all know that the truth is always out in the open. So with Conor Benn, we’ll see.
“After seeing his face at the end of our war [two swollen black eyes]maybe he thought he should take some magic.
“But I can state that we did not do a doping test for our match. As for the international title, I think it is necessary. But maybe Benn knew he couldn’t be that bad.
“If an experiment goes wrong, we reap what we sow. Benn has many checks and many fails. In the end, it cannot be wrong, so yes, it must be stopped.
“But I think there are problems in the world, unfortunately. I think there have always been problems, and there will still be plenty of them in the future.
“The whole incident has completely ruined the game.”
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