19 April, 2018
Alvarez is due to face the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) today but he has been provisionally suspended for the infraction.
Alvarez first tested positive for the prohibited substance Clenbuterol on February 17, and the commission made a decision to backdate his ban to that date.
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Loeffler said Golovkin could be ready for a September date with Alvarez.
Alvarez was not in attendance, but will be eligible to return to boxing from August 17. The red-headed fighter is one of the most recognizable athletes in Mexico and one of the country's biggest sports heroes.
"I hope he's learned a lesson, that he is responsible with what he puts in his body", commission Chairman Anthony Marnell said. "Alvarez denies intentionally taking clenbuterol or any other substances prohibited by the commission".
However, the 27-year-old tested positive for banned fat-stripper clenbuterol earlier this year and subsequently pulled out of the fight, claiming that contaminated meat in Mexico had caused the sample as opposed to deliberate attempts to dope. He added that "by allowing Clenbuterol to enter his system, Alvarez engaged in conduct that reflected discredit to unarmed combat and he is guilty of foul or unsportsmanlike conduct that was detrimental to a contest".