USADA clears Brock Lesnar to compete in UFC in January

 

In an announcement discharged to MMAjunkie on Monday, the U.S. Hostile to Doping Agency said the previous heavyweight champion reemerged its medication testing pool on July 3 and will be qualified to come back to the UFC in January.

“In the wake of accepting notification of his purpose to contend in the UFC, Brock Lesnar reappeared the testing pool on July 3,” the announcement read. “With a half year and four days staying on his time of ineligibility, Lesnar will have the capacity to contend on or after January 8, 2019, should he stay in consistence with the UFC Anti-Doping Policy.”

Lesnar showed up amid Saturday’s UFC 226 in Las Vegas and acknowledged a test from current heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier after his first-round prevail upon Stipe Miocic. UFC president Dana White powered the fire when he affirmed that the battle will happen yet said the date and area presently can’t seem to be resolved.

Given the USADA news, a Lesnar-Cormier session will probably be booked soon.

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