According to the official website of the USADA (Anti-Doping Agency of the United States of America), WWE superstar Brock Lesnar had recently passed three anti-doping tests since his re-entry to the Substance Control Group.
Lesnar will have to spend six more months in that group if he wants to be chosen to face Daniel Cormier for the UFC Heavyweight Championship next year. As we have learned, Brock Lesnar re-entered the Substance Control Group last month. This means that to this day, Lesnar has gone through three anti-doping controls without knowing the result yet.
However, many fans recently noticed the physical change suffered by Lesnar. During the last edition of Monday Night Raw, many images emerged on social media comparing the superstar’s physique months ago and nowadays, showing a much thinner and less muscled Lesnar recently.
Brock Lesnar returned to the UFC in the UFC 200 special, defeating Mark Hunt. However, within a few days, it was made public that Lesnar had failed the anti-doping tests, and would be suspended from practicing any professional sport in the United States for a year. Shortly after, he was fired by the UFC and the result of his fight against Hunt declared “without result”.