IT is being claimed that Canelo Alvarez could have eaten contaminated meat the night he dined with former US President Bill Clinton and Mexican businessman Carlos Slim at the Sonora Grill in February.
This weekend, Alvarez rematches Gennady Golovkin one year after their first bout ended in a controversial draw and just seven months after illegal substance clenbuterol was found in his system. Following the failed test and subsequent hearing, headed by the Nevada State Athletic Commission with assistance from the World Boxing Council, Canelo was suspended for six months.
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