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The WBC president went on to detail instances in his home country where the issue of Clenbuterol has repeatedly arisen.

“I will give you an example, and that is this in 2011, 109 players out of 208 who were in Mexico at the U17 World Cup were positive for this substance.”

“There are cases in boxing like Erik Morales, who ended up fighting [after testing positive], or Francisco ‘Bandido’ Vargas, who tested positive for double [the levels of clenbuterol] than Canelo did, and he also fought and it was the fight of the year.”


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The WBC president claims he feels Saul Alvarez has been treated unfairly.

“I was not disappointed by Canelo’s positive but by how he has been treated.”

“Yes, Canelo is undoubtedly the benchmark of Mexican boxing. He is the most popular, the most successful, but there is a lot of talent in the country.”

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