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Brock Lesnar took a mini-break from his WWE career to make his first return to the Octagon in five years.
Lesnar participated in UFC 200 where he fought and won against Mark Hunt.
Now, we are learning that Brock positively failed two U.S. Anti-Doping Association drug tests by testing positive for banned substance hydroxy-clomiphene.

The two doping tests were administered at two separate times, one was given to him “out-of-competition” on June 28 and the second test was an “In-competition” done on July 9.
Lester’s victory over Hunt was won by a unanimous decision on July 9, but now it is being ruled as a no contest decision.
Since his failed doping test, Mark Hunt has “called for Lesnar’s entire purse from the fight.
The fight purse came out to $2.5 million before the pay-per-view purchases which was paid to Hunt in full.
Their fight was bumped up to the main bout since Jones was removed from the UFC 200 lineup after he failed his doping test too. Later it was determined that Jones’ positive test was due to sexual enhancement pills that contained banned substances.
At the time, Lesnar denied anything to do with banned substances by telling the Associated Press, “We will get to the bottom of this.”