The powerful substance for which José Uzcategui tested positive


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José Uzcategui

Jose Uzcategui tested positive for rEPO, a prohibited substance that greatly increases the resistance capacity of those who consume it, revealed Mike coppinger from ESPN.

The Venezuelan was going to fight on November 13 against David benavidez.

Recombinant erythropoietin is a synthetic version of erythropoietin, a potent performance-enhancing substance in people.

It also increases the oxygen supply to the user and the resistance drastically.

“The substance increases the oxygenation capacity, and therefore using it makes you drastically improve in stamina and resistance,” he revealed. Victor Conte to ESPN. “Some have even said that its benefits go from transforming an athlete to a complete machine.”

Test A of Joseph was positive for the use of a performance-enhancing substance. Although test B has not yet been opened, PBC decided to immediately withdraw Uzcategui of combat with Benavidez.

Conte, founder of SNAC, a sports nutrition company, served time in prison for pleading guilty to distributing performance-enhancing substances.

Victor revealed that the rEPO it is one of the most powerful substances a fighter can ingest.

“Recombinant erythropoietin is possibly one of the strongest performance enhancing substances a boxer can use,” he said.

Uzcategui and Benavidez They had agreed to go up and fight on August 28, but the fight was delayed after the Mexican blood boxer tested positive for coronavirus.

Benavidez already has a rival

After removing him from the fight, PBC revealed that the American Kyrone davis will be the one who fights David Benavidez on November 13, in Phoenix, replacing Uzcategui.

Davis is 16-2-1 with just six career knockouts.


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