It had been previously reported that Brock Lesnar was found guilty of a doping violation by the United States Anti-Doping Agency, following a test that was administered by UFC in 2016.
However, a new report indicates that a glitch in their system might clear Lesnar in a recent series of tests.
According to a report from ESPN, an update in mid-October 2018 showed Lesnar had submitted six tests this year; however that number recently changed to five. The original update was flawed and the current figure reflects the accurate number.
At this time, it appears The Beast was the only athlete affected.
The last time that Lesnar was in the Octagon, he exchanged interviews with Daniel Cormier. You can see that footage below:
From the USADA:
“USADA updates the Athlete Test History page of the UFC/USADA website on a weekly basis,” stated USADA spokesperson Adam Woullard. “During an update on the week of October 15th, we experienced a technical issue that resulted in the information on the page being displayed incorrectly.
“The correct test history for the athlete is one test [that week], not two. The issue has been fixed and the testing numbers on the website are all accurate. We are still investigating the specific technical issue that led to the error.”
Rumors have circulated that Lesnar will face Cormier in 2019, but nothing has been confirmed as of now.
Lesnar is one of the most dangerous people on the planet, regardless of what substances he takes.
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