Sky Sports and other British sources report that heavyweight journeyman Kamil Sokolowski returned an adverse analytical finding, testing positive for a banned substance after a loss to former British Olympian Frazer Clarke in 2022. The result was determined after a urine test following the six-round bout in Manchester last November. Sokolowski (11-28-3) had one fight since then, an April loss to Dusan Veletic in Germany. A UKAD statement read: "Polish professional boxer Kamil Sokolowski has been banned from all sport for a period of three years following Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs) for the Presence and Use of a Prohibited Substance. On 12 November 2022, UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) collected an In-Competition urine Sample from Mr Sokolowski after his fight against Frazer Clarke at the AO Arena in Manchester. Analysis of Mr Sokolowski's Sample returned Adverse Analytical Findings (AAFs) for the exogenous origin of testosterone and its Metabolites."