Former UFC heavyweight champion has been notified by the US Anti-Doping Agency of a failed out-of-competition medicine research on 28 June
Brock Lesnar has been pennant for a potential anti-doping abuse in the wake of his unanimous-decision win over Mark Hunt at UFC 200.
The UFC questioned a declaration on Friday afternoon saying Lesnar and the publicity had been notified by the US Anti-Doping Agency of a failed out-of-competition medication experiment on 28 June. Usada did not divulge the name of the substance Lesnar tested positive for in keeping with organizational policy.
A decorated amateur wrestler, Lesnar signed with the UFC in 2007 and defeated Randy Couture for the advertisings heavyweight championship the subsequent year. He built two successful claim defenses before losing to Cain Velasquez by first-round TKO, then announced his retirement from mixed martial art after a stoppage loss to Alistair Overeem in 2011.
Saturdays fight with Hunt was Lesnars first in five years old. The 38 -year-old South Dakota native made a record $2.5 m handbag for the three-round objects prevail, with all three judges handing down ratings of 29 -2 8.
The UFC said Usada, the independent head of the organisation anti-doping plan, received the testing the outcomes of the 28 June sample collection on Thursday evening after it was experimented at the Wada-accredited UCLA Olympic Analytical Laboratory.
The original headline bout of Saturdays card a light-headed heavyweight name combat between Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier was scrapped when Jones is positive for a banned element. Cormier instead fought Anderson Silva on the undercard, while the womens bantamweight championship crusade between Amanda Nunes and Miesha Tate was hoisted to the main event.
The UFC 200 main event had to be scrapped three days before the affair because Jon Jones tested positive for censored substances in an out-of-competition test. Daniel Cormier opposed Anderson Silva instead. Jones is also awaiting the USADA adjudication process.
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