A doping test on September 22, the world champion on Boxing in a super heavyweight Brit Tyson fury, who had to fight with Wladimir Klitschko and has repeatedly refused checks gave a positive result for cocaine. Now the athlete can lose all of their belts. It can, however, request the analysis of sample “B” at his own expense in order to prove innocence, reports ESPN with reference to the VADA.

In the analyses fury on September 22, was discovered benzoylecgonine, which is a metabolite of cocaine and is included in the register of banned substances. The athlete is the world champion under versions of the world Boxing Association (WBA) and world Boxing organization (WBO) heavyweight champion.

Klitschko’s opponent has repeatedly refused to undergo doping tests. September 27, the world Boxing organization (WBO) gave Tyson fury ten days on the medical reason of the failure of another fight-revenge.

Earlier, the organizers of the fight is a rematch between Wladimir Klitschko and fury, which was scheduled for 29 October, confirmed the postponement of the match for an indefinite period.

The official cause is injury to the British boxer, but later media reported that fury’s mental problems. Initially the fight was scheduled for July 9 but was postponed due to the injury of the British. Anti-doping Agency of the UK later accused fury and his cousin of heavyweight boxer Hughie fury in doping.

In November 2015 in Germany, fury beat Klitschko on points by unanimous decision and won the titles of world champion under versions IBF, WBA and WBO. Later, the Briton was stripped of his IBF title because of the failure to conduct a mandatory defense.

Fury knows no defeat on a professional ring – 25 wins (18 by knockout). Klitschko suffered four defeats in his career with 64 wins (53 by Ko).

In the body of the British boxer fury found cocaine 30.09.2016

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