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Brock Lesnar Update, Not Appearing On SmackDown’s Draft

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The Nevada State Athletic Commission will have to set a hearing soon regarding Brock Lesnar’s potential anti-doping violation. If his suspension is upheld then the fight with Mark Hunt will be ruled a no-contest. We don’t know when the hearing is going to be scheduled but Jon Jones’ hearing was scheduled for this week so Lesnar’s hearing should be fairly soon. At the earing, we should hear confirmation on what Lesnar allegedly had in his system when he tested positive.

The NSAC guidelines for a first offense is to fine the person 50 to 75 percent of their purse. That would be somewhere between $1.25 – $1.75 million of his announced purse. Also, if they go after his pay-per-view bonus then he could lose millions of dollars on top of that.

If he failed for a PED then he could face a 2-year suspension from UFC. If he is suspended in Nevada then that means that he will be suspended in other regulated states. New York regulates wrestling so that means that Brock’s status at SummerSlam would be up in the air because they would honor the Nevada suspension. In WWE news, Brock Lesnar was originally scheduled to appear on this week’s episode of SmackDown. However, he is no longer advertised for the show. Lesnar faces Randy Orton at SummerSlam next month.

Everything depends on what he failed for and whether or not the NSAC believes that what he had in his system was something he took accidentally.

Hunt continues to speak out on Lesnar’s potential violation:

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