Brock Lesnar’s temporary suspension from the UFC will come as a surprise to some and to others, it’s expected. The details behind these failed exams are worth looking at.
Brock Lesnar has more matters to attend now. The Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), issued a temporary suspension to Lesnar after he failed two tests that surround UFC 200. The reason its temporary is because there will be a hearing. If after the hearing, he’s found guilty, he may be suspended for 2 years and then a pile of fines will follow that.
Lesnar was given a temporary suspension by the commission pending a full hearing, a date for which has yet to be set. Lesnar tested positive for the estrogen blocker clomiphene and its metabolite, hydroxy-clomiphene, the commission revealed.
Lesnar failed an out-of-competition test conducted by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, the UFC’s anti-doping partner, in connection with UFC 200, which took place July 9 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. He also failed a fight-night text. Lesnar and Jones tested positive for the estrogen blocker clomiphene, and Jones also tested positive for another estrogen blocker, letrozole.
It is a bit silly to have a hearing since a test already proved that he was using a type of steroid. Lesnar’s bank account can handle the fines but his reputation will be much like Cyborg’s-associated with steroids. It is worth noting that Nevada can overturn the unanimous decision that made him the winner back in July.