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The World Boxing Council President, Mauricio Sulaiman has launched a passionate defence of his fellow countryman and former 2-weight world champion, Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez.

Sulaiman claims he has been upset by the number of people jumping to conclusions.

Canelo has been ridiculed following testing positive for Clenbuterol on separate tests taken on February 17 and February 20th.

Sulaiman suggested more people pay attention to the facts before jumping on the bandwagon.

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“I have been disappointed with the treatment that has been given to this case. We all have the right to a process of studying the facts.”

“When a positive comes out the first thing you do, before justice is done, is to analyze the substance, the amounts, the history of the boxer.”

“It turned out that it was clenbuterol,” Sulaiman said.

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