Dillian Whyte cleared to resume boxing career after positive drug test cancels Anthony Joshua Clash


Dillian Whyte cleared to resume boxing career after positive drug test cancels Anthony Joshua Clash
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Whyte Cleared for Comeback

Dillian Whyte has been given the green light to return to the boxing ring following an investigation that revealed his positive doping test was due to a contaminated supplement. The 35-year-old was set to face off against Anthony Joshua last August, but the bout was scrapped after he tested positive for "adverse analytical findings" in a Voluntary Anti-Doping Association test.

Innocent Victim of Contamination

Whyte, who trains with Buddy McGirt in the United States and is licensed by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, was determined to be an innocent victim of contamination from a nutritional supplement. The latest results come after a thorough investigation that examined the circumstances.

Relief and Anger for Whyte

Speaking to Sky Sports, Whyte expressed his relief at being cleared to fight again but also shared his frustration over the situation. He stated, "It's been tough, because I knew I was innocent, but then you can't talk, you can't say nothing. You have to be professional, trust the process, trust the lawyers, and trust the people around you."

Replacement and Future Fights

Following Whyte's withdrawal, Robert Helenius stepped in to face Anthony Joshua, who went on to defeat him in the ring. Joshua is now set to fight Francis Ngannou, with the winner expected to face the victor of Tyson Fury vs. Oleksandr Usyk for the undisputed heavyweight title.


Dillian Whyte cleared to resume boxing career after positive drug test cancels Anthony Joshua Clash
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