Ryan Garcia Failed Test Details After Shocking PED Results

Ryan Garcia Failed Test Details After Shocking PED Results

Following his upset victory over Devin Haney, Ryan Garcia’s achievement is now tainted by controversy after the “Ryan Garcia Failed Test” headlines hit, revealing his positive results for the performance-enhancing drug Ostarine. This revelation not only questions the legitimacy of his win but also puts his future in the sport on shaky ground.

In the world of professional boxing, the fight between Ryan Garcia and Devin Haney was highly anticipated. Held at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, the match was touted as a battle between two of the best Super-lightweight boxers in the world. Devin Haney, known for his impeccable technique and quick footwork, was the favourite to win. However, Ryan Garcia, with his aggressive style and powerful punches, delivered a surprising upset by defeating Haney in a closely contested match.

The victory was supposed to be a career-defining moment for Garcia, catapulting him into the upper echelons of boxing fame. Instead, the positive test for Ostarine has sparked a firestorm of criticism and scepticism, overshadowing his triumph and casting doubt over the fairness of the competition.

Ryan Garcia Failed Test Details

The positive test came to light through a letter from the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association (VADA), which conducted tests the day before and the day of the fight. Garcia’s A-sample not only tested positive for Ostarine but also indicated the presence of 19-norandrosterone, a marker for the steroid nandrolone, although this result remains unconfirmed.

In a recent reaction video from Garcia he said “Everybody knows that I don’t cheat. Why didn’t they come out with this before the fight if they found it before the fight? Why would they let me step in the ring as a cheater and then come out with the victory and then they post this? These are people that are trying to attack me for whatever reason. No weapon against me shall prosper. I’ve never taken steroids in my life. I don’t even know where to get steroids.”

Under the rules, Garcia has the option to request that his B-sample be tested, potentially providing him an opportunity to contest the initial findings. The boxing community and his fans are now watching closely, as the outcome of this test could significantly impact his career and reputation.

Ryan Garcia’s Immediate reaction on X to the news of his failed drugs test

What is Ostarine?

Ostarine, also known as MK-2866, is a type of Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator (SARM) that has become popular among athletes for its ability to increase muscle mass and burn fat without the side effects associated with steroid use. However, its use is banned in professional sports due to its performance-enhancing effects.

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