“Matchroom defers to the relevant regulatory authorities on next steps. We vehemently continue to support voluntary anti-doping testing. We are committed to promoting a clean and fair sport for all athletes.”
Joshua had been scheduled to fight British rival Whyte at the O2 Arena on 12 August before the latter returned an adverse finding from a doping test.
Whyte later said he was “shocked and devastated” to learn of Vada’s findings and intended to prove his innocence.
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