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Boxing News, Eddie Hearn is awaiting the outcome of Conor Benn’s hearing. Barry Holbrook writes: Conor Benn’s hearing with the board on his failed drug test for the prohibited chemical clomifene has commenced, according to Eddie Hearn at Boxing News . Hearn states unequivocally that he is not engaged in the hearing and that if his popular young welterweight star Benn (21-0, 14 KOs) is banned, they will deal with it. Hearn is still unsure how long a suspension the 26-year-old Benn will face. Given that this is his first positive test, it might be a brief one of three to six months.
If the suspension is brief, Benn might be back in the ring in the first half of 2023, ready to continue his quest for a world championship at 147 pounds. What we don’t know is if Benn’s positive tests were an indication that he’d been taking PEDs to elevate his career and give him tremendous strength and vitality that he didn’t have four years earlier when he was battling to defeat weaker fighters like Cedrick Peynaud (8-8-3, 4 KOs) at the Boxing News.
If Benn’s unexpected success in the ring was the consequence of performance-enhancing drugs, he may return to the ordinary fighter he was four years ago at the Boxing News. In that scenario, Hearn may not want to keep Benn around unless he’s going to match him against purely beatable ham & eggers to generate money and set him up for a cash-out versus a huge welterweight star like Errol Spence Jr or Terrol Crawford.
“I have nothing to do with that hearing.” As far as I can tell, it’s already started. Conor Benn’s case will be heard, and then a decision will be made. Let’s get started, whichever choice we choose. “If he’s going to get a suspension, let’s get it,” Eddie Hearn stated of Conor Benn to iFL TV. “Perhaps they find him not guilty. Maybe he’ll receive a year in jail. Perhaps he’ll receive three months. We are not considering how Conor Benn’s career can restart until that hearing is completed at the Boxing News.
“That is the most crucial issue because people will not tolerate his returning and fighting in another nation or commission until he has had a hearing.” The next question is, how long will this last? I’m at a loss for words. “One day, two weeks, one month.” Hopefully, the findings and outcomes will be available as soon as feasible.
“I believe you shouldn’t really be removed from the rankings until you’ve had a trial or a hearing,” Hearn said of Conor’s removal from the WBC rankings and Matchroom’s plea to have him restored in the rankings at the convention.
“They’ve stated, ‘For the time being, we’ve taken him from the rankings, subject to the hearing.'”
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