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Report: Brock Lesnar One Of Drug Sample Gone Missing From USADA Database

Report: Brock Lesnar One Of Drug Sample Gone Missing From USADA Database

It Could Be An Error, But One of Brock Lesnar’s Drug Test Has vanished From The USADA Database

Former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar supposedly returns to the MMA by early 2019 for a super fight against current two-division champion Daniel Cormier.

The hype train about this showdown starts after Cormier knocked out then Champion Stipe Miocic at July’s UFC 226 and became the second fighter in UFC history to hold two titles at the same time. Immediately after the historic win, ‘DC’ grabbed the mic and called out Lesnar. ‘The Beast Incarnate’ stormed into the cage and shoved Cormier in WWE-style.

Shortly after Cormier’s win news emerged that Lesnar is back in the USADA drug testing pool and is eligible to return to UFC Octagon by January of 2019. According to UFC’s policy, all fighters should re-enter the USADA testing pool for six months before they allow to fight.

Lesnar is in the testing pool as of now, but according to @dimspace of MMA Today News who noticed some discrepancies in the USADA database, which show one of ‘The Beast Incarnate’ drug sample is missing.

“I’ve gone through @USADA_UFC ‘s xml with a fine toothcomb. Only Lesnar’s test numbers have dropped between 28/11 and 7/12, no other fighters affected. Sample is from 17/10 reporting period. 2 samples reported that week originally. 1 has vanished or been removed.”

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That’s not the first time Lesnar made headlines in conjunction with USADA. He was granted a special USADA exemption to compete against Mark Hunt at UFC 200. Lesnar went on to score a win which later overturned to no contest when it was revealed that he tested positive for banned estrogen blocker clomiphene.

Mark Hunt has since filed a lawsuit against both Brock Lesnar and the UFC over the entire incident.

Lesnar, 41 is currently serving remaining six months of USADA suspension.

Now Lesnar is back in the testing pool for his fight against Daniel Cormier; all the suspicion still run high on his return. Cormier has stated many times that he wants to ‘drug test the hell out’ of Brock Lesnar.

What do you think of Brock Lesnar’s USADA samples has gone missing?

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