Footage Surfaces Of Brock Lesnar Doing Wrestling Drills

Brock Lesnar doing wrestling drills at the University of Minnesota was filmed and posted on social media. The skillset that brought Lesnar to the point that he’s at in his career both in pro wrestling and MMA has shined yet again. His glory was developed in his college wrestling days and he’s gone back to […]

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Brock Lesnar doing wrestling drills at the University of Minnesota was filmed and posted on social media. The skillset that brought Lesnar to the point that he’s at in his career both in pro wrestling and MMA has shined yet again.

His glory was developed in his college wrestling days and he’s gone back to his roots. Footage of him practicing with Gable Stevenson at the University of Minnesota is out and you can see it here:

The former UFC heavyweight champion was back in the news this month when it was revealed that Lesnar must pay a hefty fine. This check needs to be sent to the NSAC before he is allowed to fight again.

Lesnar had to enter into the USADA testing pool that forced him to be tested for six months before fighting again. He’s cleared of that timetable but must pay this fine as that’s the only thing keeping him from action inside of the Octagon.

UFC President Dana White has gone on record by saying that the plan is to make Lesnar vs. Daniel Cormier for the heavyweight title in early 2019. Time will tell whether this fight gets booked or not.

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Jack Swagger Reacts To Brock Lesnar Comparisons

Naturally, when a former World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) superstar transitions to mixed martial arts, that person will be compared to Brock Lesnar. Jack Swagger, real name Jake Hager, is no exception. Swagger is a former World Heavyweight Champion,…

Naturally, when a former World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) superstar transitions to mixed martial arts, that person will be compared to Brock Lesnar. Jack Swagger, real name Jake Hager, is no exception. Swagger is a former World Heavyweight Champion, but his wrestling abilities certainly aren’t limited to pomp and circumstance. Swagger has a legit amateur background […]

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Brock Lesnar Must Pay Hefty Fine To Be Eligible To Fight Again

Brock Lesnar must pay a hefty fine to the NSAC (Nevada State Athletic Commission) before he is allowed to fight again. Lesnar had to enter into the USADA testing pool that forced him to be tested for six months before fighting again. He’s cleared of that timetable but must pay this fine as that’s the […]

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Brock Lesnar must pay a hefty fine to the NSAC (Nevada State Athletic Commission) before he is allowed to fight again.

Lesnar had to enter into the USADA testing pool that forced him to be tested for six months before fighting again. He’s cleared of that timetable but must pay this fine as that’s the only thing keeping him from action inside of the Octagon.

Lesnar’s last fight under the UFC banner came back at UFC 200 in July of 2016 against Mark Hunt. This marked Lesnar’s return to MMA after an almost five-year retirement. The former UFC heavyweight champion won by a unanimous decision that night. It was subsequently overturned when it was revealed he failed two USADA-issued drug tests before the bout.

MMA Weekly is reporting that Lesnar has yet to open up his bank account and give the $250,000 to NSAC. Thus, he remains indefinitely suspended. The WWE star earned $2.5 million for his fight at UFC 200, which should make paying this fine not an issue.

“(Lesnar) is still suspended based on his fine,” NSAC executive director Bob Bennett told MMA Weekly back in July. “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).”

Next Fight

UFC President Dana White has gone on record by saying that the plan is to make Lesnar vs. Daniel Cormier for the heavyweight title in early 2019. Time will tell whether this fight gets booked or not.

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Brock Lesnar Must Pay Hefty Fine To Be Eligible To Fight Again

Brock Lesnar must pay a hefty fine to the NSAC (Nevada State Athletic Commission) before he is allowed to fight again. Lesnar had to enter into the USADA testing pool that forced him to be tested for six months before fighting again. He’s cleared of that timetable but must pay this fine as that’s the […]

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Brock Lesnar must pay a hefty fine to the NSAC (Nevada State Athletic Commission) before he is allowed to fight again.

Lesnar had to enter into the USADA testing pool that forced him to be tested for six months before fighting again. He’s cleared of that timetable but must pay this fine as that’s the only thing keeping him from action inside of the Octagon.

Lesnar’s last fight under the UFC banner came back at UFC 200 in July of 2016 against Mark Hunt. This marked Lesnar’s return to MMA after an almost five-year retirement. The former UFC heavyweight champion won by a unanimous decision that night. It was subsequently overturned when it was revealed he failed two USADA-issued drug tests before the bout.

MMA Weekly is reporting that Lesnar has yet to open up his bank account and give the $250,000 to NSAC. Thus, he remains indefinitely suspended. The WWE star earned $2.5 million for his fight at UFC 200, which should make paying this fine not an issue.

“(Lesnar) is still suspended based on his fine,” NSAC executive director Bob Bennett told MMA Weekly back in July. “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).”

Next Fight

UFC President Dana White has gone on record by saying that the plan is to make Lesnar vs. Daniel Cormier for the heavyweight title in early 2019. Time will tell whether this fight gets booked or not.

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Brock Lesnar Still Hasn’t Paid $250,000 Fine To Nevada

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight title holder Brock Lesnar has yet to pay up. Many are wondering if Lesnar will be returning to the Octagon this year. While the stage appeared to be set for Lesnar vs. UFC heavyweight champion Dan…

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight title holder Brock Lesnar has yet to pay up. Many are wondering if Lesnar will be returning to the Octagon this year. While the stage appeared to be set for Lesnar vs. UFC heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier, those talks have lost steam considerably. There’s also a hurdle that Lesnar […]

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