Last month the Nevada Commission announced it has suspended Brock Lesnar for one year, and now USADA has reportedly done the same.
Lesnar was suspended for one year, and fined $250K by the Nevada Commission, following his positive tests for the anti-estrogenic agent Hydroxy-clomiphene in July. The pro-wrestling star decisioned Mark Hunt at UFC 200, but the results has since been overturned.
Now, according to a report from MMA Junkie, USADA has also suspended Lesnar for one year. As a result, the 39 year-old heavyweight won’t be eligible to compete again in MMA until July 15th, 2017.
USADA was not obligated to hand Lesnar the same sentence as the Nevada Commission. Following UFC 200, Lesnar didn’t commit to more MMA fights, but the heavyweight didn’t rule them out either.