Kadrboxer Badr Hari suspended for nineteen months for drug use NOW


Kickboxer Badr Hari was suspended for nineteen months due to the use of doping, as Profbond Glory confirmed on Saturday night. During the sentence, heavyweight can not compete in glory competitions.

The suspension of Hari began on May 7, 2018, when he was informed of the positive doping test. Earlier on Saturday, he left that he had been punished and that he would have accepted his suspension.

Hari was considered positive in March 2018 during Glory 51 in Rotterdam. It is not clear on which banned substance the former Dutch-Moroccan world champion was caught.

Hari, 34, won in Rotterdam after three rounds against Hesdy Gerges. After fifteen months of absence, he returned to the party after a prison sentence.

Gerges would also have tested positive at the time, but he only received an official warning from the Doping Authority. The Amsterdammer denies doping and contests the result. The result of the competition in Rotterdam was changed to 'no contest'.

Brazilian ax suspended for twenty months

Brazilian Ariel Machado was also suspended because of drug use. He was excluded for twenty months after a positive test in Lyon. Its suspension took effect on October 28, 2017.

Like Gerges, Croatian Mladen Brestovac left with an official warning. He was found positive in Birmingham. It is also unknown to Machado and Brestovac that banned substance they used.

The tests were carried out by the Doping Authority, after which the Institute of Sports Law (ISR) determined the sanctions. Suspensions began immediately after Gloria was informed of the positive result.


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