Brock Lesnar had to serve out the remainder of a suspension after re-entering the USADA testing pool. He only has two days left to serve in his suspension, but he might not be able to fight just yet.
Lesnar still owes $250,000 to the Nevada State Athletic Commission as part of his drug screening failure.
NSAC Executive Director Bob Bennett told MMA Weekly in the summer that Lesnar would not be allowed to fight again in Nevada until that fine is paid-up.
“(Lesnar) is still suspended based on his fine. He is required to pay the fine or set up a payment plan with the Attorney General’s Office (to get cleared from the suspension).”
The rumors of Brock Lesnar fighting in the UFC again have died down a bit since he jumped in the cage and shoved Daniel Cormier. He could still go back as Dana White commented that he’s still in the title picture.
If Lesnar does drop a quarter of a million dollars on this fine, you can probably bet that he will be fighting again. Only time will tell whether or not Brock Lesnar will attempt to juggle both WWE and UFC careers again.