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Conor Benn cleared by UKAD to continue boxing career following failed drugs tests investigation

Conor Benn's much-anticipated bout with Chris Eubank Jr was cancelled after the boxer tested positive for female fertility drug clomifene.

Conor Benn is free to resume his boxing career after he was cleared by a UK Anti-Doping investigation into the two failed drugs tests that forced the cancellation of his fight with Chris Eubank Jr. 

Benn was formally charged by UKAD in April after twice testing positive for the female fertility drug clomifene in the build-up to October's domestic catchweight showdown.
But the 26-year-old, son of British great Nigel Benn, revealed on social media that the charge has been dismissed by the doping agency.
"Today marks the end of a gruelling 10-month process, during which the WBC had already decided I was innocent of any wrongdoing," Benn said in a statement released on Twitter.
"After a hearing with the National-Doping Agency Panel and UKAD, I have now been vindicated for the second time.
"Hopefully, the public and various members of the media can now understand why I have maintained my innocence so strongly all the way through.
"The UKAD process has now formally ended and I remain free to fight."
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