Plant calls Canelo and his team “suspects” in drug test storm

IBF super-middleweight champion Caleb Plant accused Canelo Alvarez and his trainer Eddy Reynoso in giving and taking illegal substances.

Plant, 29, is scheduled to face Canelo on November 6th in a unification fight for all the marvels in the super-middleweight division.

Few days ago WBC super-featherweight champion Oscar Valdez, who’s part of Reyonso’s stable, tested positive for banned substance Phentermine in his system in both A and B samples. Valdez will be defending his belt on September 10th against Robson Conceicao, after the Pascua Yaqui Tribe Athletic Commission gave him the green light.

Initially Valdez’ team responded that the fighter tested positive for VADA-banned stimulant Phentermine because he had herbal tee, but Plant believes something is not right in Reynoso’s gym.

Back in 2018 Canelo himself got caught with a banned substance which he said was found in him via “dirty” meat he ate in Mexico.

“Damn shame. Some people want to be great so bad that they cheat, and then some people want to be GREAT so bad that they DON’T. Doing that isn’t confidence. It’s FEAR!

“All of a sudden, we got chumps at home with their feet kicked up on their couch sipping a Modelo who overnight know exactly what this drug and that drug do but can’t even pronounce the drug,” said Plant.

“Sweet Hands” then brought Canelo, who was banned for six months in 2018 for Clenbuterol, into the equation.

“Na @CANELOTEAM [Eddy Reynoso, Canelo’s trainer] and @Canelo deserve BITCH of the year!

“All of them are suspect. Everything out of that camp is intentional.

“They have the knowledge and experience to know better and the resources to have the best of the best in whatever they want but [taco] or [meat] or some [tea] is the reason.

“Nobody puts anything in my body without me getting it approved first by Vada (whose the strictest testing company) at this level.

“With everything that’s at risk, why would I let somebody else play with my name?”

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