Ryan Garcia’s Latest Drug Test Result Clears Him Of Nandrolone Use For Devin Haney Fight

"King Ry" has been cleared of one of the two banned substances found in him heading into the Haney fight.

Ryan Garcia Clear Of Peds
Ryan Garcia Clear Of Peds - Image credit @kingryan Instagram
  • Ryan Garcia’s drug test result has cleared him of use of nandrolone
  • “King Ry” needs to prove that he didn’t intentionally consume anything with ostarine

Upon further examination of Ryan Garcia’s drug test sample, it has been determined that the boxer did not use the steroid nandrolone.

Ryan was nandrolone-free during the fight

In the lead-up to the fight, it was revealed that two drug tests conducted on Garcia showed traces of ostarine. Apart from that, the initial VADA report suggested a potential presence of a nandrolone metabolite – 19-norandrosterone.

Recently, boxing journalist Dan Rafael reported that additional tests on the first sample indicated the absence of 19-norandrosterone as per VADA.

Ryan has to deal with ostarine

Despite this development, Garcia still faces questions regarding minimal levels of ostarine detected in his drug tests preceding his bout with Haney last month. That said, Garcia can be cleared is he can prove that the ostarine was unknowingly consumed through a contaminated product.

While he still needs to clear his name, “King Ry” already expressed his profound thoughts on the subject.

“So yall realize I didn’t fail the tests now

No substance other then this imaginary ostrich substance

Level so low wouldn’t have any effect


PRAISE GOD,” Garcia wrote on X.

Garcia obliterated Haney via an upset decision victory but he wasn’t able to capture the WBC super lightweight title due to the missed weight. Unsurprisingly, Haney is now calling for a rematch.

As it stands, Garcia now has a 25-1 pro boxing record.

Published on May 8, 2024 at 1:27 pm
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