The director of the testing lab said the amount of clenbuterol found in Alvarez’s body was consistent with meat contamination.
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Mexican middleweight Saul "Canelo" Alvarez tested positive for banned substance clenbuterol after consuming contaminated meat, Golden Boy Promotions said Monday.A voluntary test showed Alvarez, who is scheduled to fight unbeaten middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin of Kazakhstan on May 5 in a highly anticipated rematch, had traces of clenbuterol in his system, his promoters said in a statement.As a result of the positive test, Golden Boy said Alvarez would immediately move his training camp to the United States from Mexico and submit to additional drug testing.
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