Brock Lesnar Drug Tested Three Times By USADA
Former UFC heavyweight champion and WWE star Brock Lesnar is back in the UFC and going to get a crack at a heavyweight title that against Daniel Cormier. But before entering inside the Octagon, Lesnar has to serve the remainder of his suspension imposed the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), in fact, he’s currently under USADA testing pool.
According to USADA database, Lesnar has already been drug tested three times in a month since his UFC comeback announced. (Via BloodyElbow)
Lesnar hasn’t had an MMA bout since defeating Mark Hunt via unanimous decision at UFC 200 in July 2016. Shortly after, the result was overturned to a no-contest when it was revealed that Lesnar had failed a pair of drug tests by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency. Due to that, he was handed a one-year suspension and later retired.
Daniel Cormier called out Brock Lesnar shortly after a historic win over Stipe Miocic at UFC 226 last month. Lesnar entered the Octagon upon Cormier’s call before they could even exchange words, Lesnar shoved Cormier.
While Cormier is excited to face Lesnar in a money super fight and repeatedly said there would be no fight if Lesnar uses banned substances. Cormier who’s long outspoken against fighters caught for using PEDs said he’ll ask for whatever measures are necessary to ensure Lesnar is clean before their showdown.
In his UFC run, Lesnar is 4-3-1, and in all overall MMA record, he is 5-3-1.
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