Ryan Garcia’s Legal Team Speaks Out After Confirming the Positive Result for Ostarine

Ryan Garcia tested positive for Ostarine
Ryan Garcia tested positive for Ostarine (Credit: Getty Images)

Ryan Garcia’s legal team spoke out after Ryan Garcia’s B sample also tested positive for Ostarine, a performance-enhancing substance (PED), and assured that the Californian is a victim of a contaminated supplement, which is why they are investigating to find the exact source.

In a statement published by Ariel Hewlani on his social networks, it is mentioned that García underwent a test with a toxicology expert after the first positive for doping and the results were negative for Ostarina which, according to his legal team, shows that he did not ingest the substance.

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Ryan Garcia is committed to clean living and fair competition and has never deliberately used any illegal substance. Shortly after being notified of his positive test, Ryan voluntarily cut his hair up and sent it to Dr. Pascal Kintz, the leading expert in toxicology and hair analysis samples. The outcomes of Ryan Garcia’s hair sample came back negative. “This is consistent with contamination and clearly demonstrates that Ryan had not ingested Ostarine for a period of time, the only way he would have had any advantage anywhere in the ring,” he stated.

“Ryan has voluntarily submitted to testing throughout his career and has always returned negative results. He also tested negative several times before the Haney fight. All of these factors, combined with his ultra-low levels from samples taken on April 19 and 20 (in the billionth of a gram range), point to Ryan being the victim of a tainted supplement and never receiving any performance-enhancing benefits. the microscopic quantities in your system. “We are certain that one of the natural supplements that Ryan used in the lead-up to the fight will turn out to be diluted and we are in the process of testing the supplements to determine the exact source,” he concluded.

Ryan Garcia, who has not commented on the matter, previously stated that everything is a conspiracy against him and made it clear that he is not a cheater. With the confirmation of the positive PED test, the New York State Athletic Commission must schedule a hearing for King Ry and, according to Dan Rafael, this will take place in the summer.

The Californian could face a suspension and fine for failing the doping test for the fight with Haney. A few days ago, he assured me that if he is banned from boxing for life, he will create his own league to promote his own fights.

Since the fight between Haney and King Ry was announced, everything was very controversial. The Californian had erratic behavior in press conferences and social networks where he admitted that he smoked marijuana and drank alcohol. Everyone thought that King Ry’s mental health was bad, but everything was planned and The Dream fell into his rival’s game. Now a new controversy is added to this soap opera after the Californian’s doping.

In addition to drugs and drinking, Ryan Garcia tested positive for Ostarine the day before and after the fight against Devin Haney, according to a letter sent to the parties involved by the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association (VADA) and seen by ESPN. 19-Norandrosterone was also detected, but shortly afterward it was confirmed that this substance was not present in the sample.

After hearing the news, Haney asked the New York State Athletic Commission to change the result of the fight to a victory and thus regain his undefeated record. Likewise, The Dream made it clear that he did not want any revenge on the Californian after what happened.

Ryan Garcia, 24, made his successful debut in the new category after knocking out Óscar Duarte and now shocked the world by defeating Devin Haney, WBC champion. The Mexican-American boxer has a record of 25 wins (20 by knockout) and one setback in his professional career.

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