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Brock Lesnar Suspended From MMA For One Year

(Photo by Rey Del Rio/Getty Images)

(Photo by Rey Del Rio/Getty Images)

Brock Lesnar failed USADA failed drug tests around his UFC 200 appearance, and his future with the UFC has been in limbo ever since. On Thursday, the sports world got news of what Lesnar’s MMA fate would hold.

Following a settlement with the Nevada State Athletic Commission, Lesnar will have his MMA license suspended for one year and will be fined $250,000. Similarly, his UFC 200 victory over Hunt will be officially changed to a “No Contest.”

Luckily for Lesnar, he still has a part-time contract with the WWE. He makes millions of dollars for wrestling only a couple times a year. Hard to feel bad for ole’ Brocky. It wouldn’t surprise this writer if he never fought in the UFC again.

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Eric Italianocoed writer
A New Jersey native who firmly subscribes to the 'it's better to be lucky than good' ideology, my main goal in life is to one day write a Batman screenplay.
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