USADA Paid Brock Lesnar A Visit For The First Time In 2018!

Brock Lesnar Appeared On USADA’s Tested List For 2018!

Brock Lesnar is officially back in the spirit of things. After being absent for nearly two years when his victory over Mark Hunt at UFC 200 was overturned to no contest due to banned substances, the current WWE legend is back at USADA (United States Doping Agency) testing pool this month!

Only two weeks after his name was put on the list, Brock Lesnar had to give his first sample. According to USADA’s base of tested athletes, which was updated on July 20, 2018, Lesnar had one test count.

We will see whether The Conqueror can abstain from prohibited substances for a longer period of time. We are still about to see the verdict. USADA didn’t have mercy two years ago and they are stricter than ever before, nobody has the immunity!

If the former UFC Heavyweight champion is able to remain clean, UFC will probably have one of the biggest pay-per-view events ever. Despite Brock Lesnar didn’t win since his fight versus Shane Carwin at UFC 121, he is still extremely popular and brings a lot of money.

What do you think, will Brock Lesnar cause waves? Can he remain clean until the super fight versus Daniel Cormier? After all, WWE and MMA are two completely different things when it comes to banned substances.

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