Brock Lesnar suspended for one year from MMA, fined $250,000

WWE star Brock Lesnar has been suspended for one year and fined $250,000 by the Nevada Athletic Commission. The punishment was handed down over Lesnar failing two for United States Anti-Doping Association tests prior to his UFC 200 fight against Mark Hunt. Read more on the story at

Powell’s POV: Lesnar defeated Hunt at UFC 200, but the fight is now officially considered a no-contest. Lesnar originally faced a two-year suspension. USADA has not revealed what Lesnar tested positive for, but both his original test and the B-sample came back positive. Lesnar continues to work for WWE and has not been punished, as the company does not test him due to his status as a part-time performer.

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  1. At this point, they should fire him.

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