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'Was he clean when he fought me?': Conor Benn's former opponent Chris van Heerden admits to having doubts about the legitimacy of his defeat to the Brit after his positive drugs test Conor Benn has tested positive for a banned substance ahead of his fight with Chris Eubank Jr The fight is now in jeopardy as the BBBC have refused to sanction it Benn beat Chris van Heerden inside two rounds in Manchester in April Van Heerden has now questioned whether Benn was clean for their fight 

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Welterweight contender Chris van Heerden has questioned the legitimacy of his defeat to Conor Benn after the Brit tested positive for the banned substance clomifene ahead of his grudge match with Chris Eubank Jr.

Sportsmail exclusively revealed on Wednesday that Benn had returned an adverse finding in his drugs test, which led to the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBC) prohibiting his bout with Eubank Jr from happening this weekend.

Van Heerden fought Benn back in April and was stopped in the second round in Manchester. 

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