Deontay Wilder speaks on Dillian Whyte’s failed drug tests!
In the interview, he vented frustration about the recent events pertaining to Dillian Whyte’s failed PED situation. The WBC champion expressed disappointment pertaining to the United Kingdom Anti-Doping agency’s questionable actions.
“When I first heard it, I just shook my head. I just looked at it as another guy. Well…the same guy, we can’t look at him [Whyte] as a newcomer as if its his first time doing it.
“It’s actually his second time doing something and getting caught for something. Its just pitiful the more and more you think about it. What’s going to happen at the end of the day?
“That’s what everybody wants to know.”
The hard-punching heavyweight seemed to be even more upset that the punishments aren’t preventing future fighters from using.
“To be honest, I don’t dwell on things too long. Especially when it comes to guys doing this PEDs and stuff like that.
“Usually, nothing gets done, no justice gets served. It doesn’t take away from the next man. They don’t put up boundaries and blocks where it puts fear in their hearts.
“Nobody is doing anything about it, nobody is banning these guys. I feel like the first offense, two years. The second, four years. The third, you’re out for life.”
Wilder would conclude that it feels like there is something fishy and that the mandatory challenger may be given a pass.
The reason that many can understand the champion’s concern is due to the handling of the whole situation by UKAD.
They held a private hearing without informing anyone within the WBC organization. Even more perplexing is that nobody seems to know what is taking so long with the B sample testing or if the the second sample was even requested.
Clarity can be provided simply by going public with the results of the second sample. This would clearly end all speculation and reinstate the British boxer’s WBC mandatory status.
As team Whyte remains silent, the boxing community still awaits answers for so many unanswered questions.
By: Garrisson Bland