Oscar Valdez He tested positive for a banned substance on his most recent checkup, putting his next fight at risk.
As reported by the journalist Mike coppinger in you cTwitter account, the sample they took from Valdez threw a prohibited substance into your body.
“Oscar Valdez tested positive for a diuretic, a prohibited substance. He is scheduled to defend his 130-pound title against Robson Conceição on September 10 at a main event of ESPN +. That was his A sample. The test was done by the VADA, Part of WBC Clean Boxing ProgramHe tweeted Coppinger on your official profile.
The urine sample B should be opened to see if the presence of the prohibited substance is confirmed or if it was a false positive.
Sources: Oscar Valdez has tested positive for a diuretic, a banned substance. He’s scheduled to defend his 130-pound title vs. Robson Conceição on Sept. 10 in an ESPN + main event. That was his A-sample. The test was conducted by VADA, part of the WBC Clean Boxing Program.
– Mike Coppinger (@MikeCoppinger) August 31, 2021
Óscar Valdez’s camp was going excellent
Oscar Valdez maintained his pace of preparation, ahead of his first defense match against Robson Conceicao.
If such a fight occurs, the dispute will be the super featherweight championship, belonging to the World Boxing Council.
The Mexican uploaded a video to his social networks. He is seen doing sparring sessions, as well as some push-ups and dumbbell and barbell exercises to strengthen the upper torso.
– Oscar Valdez Fierro (@ oscarvaldez56) August 12, 2021
So much Oscar What Conceicao met the maximum limit for their weight 30 days after combat established by the CMB.
Oscar Valdez he left the scale at 140.6 pounds and the Brazilian at 142.8, while the established limit was 143 pounds.