Conor Benn compares his situation to Manchester City’s as the verdict looms

In an unexpected link of two of British sport’s recent biggest stories, Conor Benn used a quote from Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola to highlight his own situation. .

The club are accused of more than 100 violations of the Premier League’s financial fair play rules and the maximum penalties include expulsion from the top flight division.

Benn, meanwhile, remains in limbo following news of two failed drug tests in 2022. The failure from the reports has been huge, and many boxers and fans alike consider him a scammer. He has asserted that he is a pure fighter.

The undefeated welder responded to a tweet from Italian journalist, Fabrizio Romano, which included quote from Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola. In it, the Spaniard said everyone is innocent until proven guilty.

“In the UK, everyone is innocent until proven guilty. This didn’t happen…so they didn’t wait. But please let us fend for ourselves.”

Benn responded, hinting that he had been found guilty before the verdict.


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