Its the ‘Handsome Boxer’ Ryan Garcia Caught Doping

‘Handsome Boxer’ Garcia Caught Doping… Claim Innocence

Ryan Garcia (25, USA), who is a star representing the world boxing world with a comic book-like appearance and fierce fists, faced the biggest crisis of his boxing life.

Citing an announcement from the Voluntary Anti Doping Association (VADA) on the 2nd (Korean time), ESPN reported that Ostarine, a banned substance, was detected in Garcia’s urine sample.

Ostarine is an androgen receptor modulator that can effectively increase muscle mass. 바카라사이트

It also improves the ability to recover physical strength and is used by boxers who need to lose weight to increase their skills in a short period of time.

Ostarine was added to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) list of banned substances in 2008.

On the 21st of last month, Garcia broke the expectations of many and won a 2-0 decision against World Boxing Council (WBC) super lightweight champion Devin Haney (25, USA).

Garcia forced Haney down three times, handing him his first professional loss.

However, Ryan Garcia paid a penalty of $600,000 (approximately 830 million won) to Haney for failing to weigh in, and even though he won the match, he did not take home the WBC super lightweight title.

Immediately after the ESPN report came out, Garcia claimed through social networking services (SNS), “I never took steroids.

Everyone knows I didn’t cheat.

I don’t even know where to get steroids.”

Garcia must submit an additional urine sample within the next 10 days.

If the results are not overturned in this test, the victory over Haney will be invalidated and it will be difficult to avoid a suspension.

Haney’s side criticized Garcia for failing the weigh-in and even being caught for doping, saying,

“It is unfortunate that Garcia has deceived the fans and the entire sport of boxing twice.

He should apologize to the fans.”

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