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USADA Agrees With Brock Lesnar That He Is a Jacked White Boy And Flags Him For Doping Violation

USADA Agrees With Brock Lesnar That He Is a Jacked White Boy And Flags Him For Doping Violation

As the moon waned and waxed getting closer to UFC 200. Brock Lesnar was constantly reminding everyone about his outstanding musculature and the color of his skin. He told us to deal with it. This also stemmed from Lesnar being exempt from the normal testing that occurs for months before a fight. However, Lesnar was tested five times before UFC 200 and, well, they found out he really is jacked and white.

The UFC released a statement on a potential doping violation by Lesnar which, not only does it say the same thing as always, but Lesnar sure passed all of our smell tests. The more interested statement, is one provided by the WWE.

“Brock Lesnar has not performed for WWE since WrestleMania,” which was held in April, “and is not scheduled to return until Sunday, August 21,” WWE officials said in a statement released to FOX Sports.

So, even if this also counts as Lesnar violating WWE’s wellness policy, he will still return just when he was supposed to. Call me a conspiracy theorist, but all this seems too neatly wrapped in a bow. Stay with me here: Lesnar knew he’d pop, got ~$8 million in another organization he may not fight in again (so it doesn’t matter if he’s suspended) and can still wrestle his steroid ass at Summerslam. Genius.

The fallout from this though is Mark Hunt. Yeah, that guy the Pink Hulk fought juiced to the tits. He’s pissed. Like, “pay me half-no-all of his money or get me out of my goddamn contract” pissed. That sandwiched between the UFC selling seemed to be a perfect storm.

Listen to angry Hunt go off on Lesnar below and be thinking about potential fights in RIZIN.

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