“The participants of the tournament took five doping tests. There were only four in the laboratory. This calls into question the accuracy of the commission in this tournament. Secondly, I do not have the B sample – how do I justify myself? Third, there is a contract between the laboratory and WADA Athletic Commission, which implies that the B Sample is taken. But the B Sample was not there. Fourth, it is an indirect sign, but it is also important: testing was not random..
“A result of the analysis is that, if I took a drug before the drug test. It contains oxandrolone, which has not yet been processed by the body. A ratio of testosterone to epitestosterone – 50 to 1, it is simply a world record. That is, I try to expose not only the “chemist”, but also a fool who would inject himself before the doping test. My task now is to sue. Because everything will be different in court.”
That’s what Bellator fighter Alexander Shlemenko told Sports.ru when talking about his recent suspension of 3 years handed down by the California State Athletic Commission. Shlemenko was suspended as well as fined $10,000 and got his KO win over Melvin Manhoef turned to a no contest because of a failed drug test.
The Russian fighter says he plans on fighting it and suing the CSAC.
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