Ryan García receives support from Gervonta Davis after confirming positive for doping and King Ry responds – La Opinion

Ryan García receives support from Gervonta Davis after confirming positive for doping and King Ry responds – La Opinion

Gervonta Davis He supported Ryan García again on his social networks after confirming the positive for Ostarine, a banned performance-enhancing substance (PED), and the Californian responded.

In a publication on his X account (which was deleted), Davis assured that García He didn’t cheat for his fight with Devin Haney and King Ry appreciated the gesture of the person who gave him the first defeat of his career.

“He didn’t cheat,” Tank wrote. “My respect to Gervonta Davis. Truly my brother. “I take off my cap,” García responded.

With the confirmation of the positive for PED, the New York State Athletic Commission must schedule a hearing for King Ry and, according to Dan Rafael, this will take place in the summer. The Californian could face a suspension, a fine for failing the doping test and the annulment of the victory against Haney. A few days ago, he assured that if he is banned from boxing for life, he will create his own league. to promote their own fights.

According to his legal team, Ryan García underwent a test with a toxicology expert after the first positive for doping and the results were negative for Ostarine which would show that he did not ingest the substance and that he suffered contamination from a supplement.

Since the fight between Haney and García was announced, everything was very controversial. The Californian had erratic behavior in press conferences and social networks where he admitted that he smoked marijuana and drank alcohol. Everyone thought that King Ry’s mental health was bad, but everything was planned and The Dream fell into his rival’s game.

In addition to drugs and drink, Ryan García tested positive for Ostarine the day before and after the fight against Devin Haney, according to a letter sent to the parties involved by the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association (VADA). 19-Norandrosterone was also detected, but shortly afterwards it was confirmed that this substance was not present in the sample.

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Ryan Garcia also failed the B sample analysis from his fight against Devin Heney. Photo Courtesy: Cris Esqueda/Golden Boy Promotions.

After hearing the news, Haney asked the New York State Athletic Commission that change the result of the fight to a victory and thus recover his undefeated record. Likewise, The Dream made it clear that he does not want any revenge with the Californian after what happened.

Ryan Garcia, 24, He debuted successfully in the new category after knocking out Óscar Duarte and now he shocked the world by defeating Devin Haney, champion of the World Boxing Council (WBC). The Mexican-American has a record of 25 wins (20 by knockout) and one setback in his professional career.

Keep reading:
· Bill Haney calls Ryan García a cheater after confirmation of positive for doping in sample B
· Analysis of Ryan García’s B sample confirms positive for Ostarine in the fight with Devin Haney
· Sample A from Ryan García is free of 19-norandrosterone, but remains positive for Ostarine

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