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The news broke after the WBC announced on the 29th September that they have ‘received confirmation from VADA [voluntary anti-doping association] that Luis Ortiz has tested positive for a banned substance’, again.

The Cuban heavyweight was the mandatory challenger for Anthony Joshua’s WBO belt and was due to fight Deontay Wilder for his WBC heavyweight championship on November 4th in what would have been one of the fights of the year. Ortiz and Wilder are both two undefeated fighters and have won 50 fights by knockout between them. With both fighter’s extreme power and attacking prowess, it was set to be a real mouth watering contest.

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