Brock Lesnar Retires From UFC

Brock Lesnar Retires From UFC

Published On February 15, 2017 | MMA News
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The beast incarnate (I think that means he only eats meat #Diverticulitis) Brock Lesnar informed the UFC Tuesday that he is retiring from the sport of mixed martial arts. The news was first reported by MMAFighting.com but later made into a funnier story by BDARadio.com (shout out to me).

I think Brock wanted to focus on his upcoming fight with Bill Goldberg at WrestleMania 33 in April. By focus, I mean eat pounds of steroids and grow more muscles on top of his muscles. If Lesnar stayed on the UFC roster he would remain in the USADA testing pool but this move eliminates him from that requirement (HGH for days).

Brock will still have to serve his suspension and pay his $250,000 fine to the Nevada Athletic Commission for testing positive for clomiphene (an estrogen blocker) at UFC 200. Oh and don’t forget Mark Hunt sued him, Dana White, the UFC and Donald Trump (I am not really sure the POTUS is named in the suit but he probably is) for that same event claiming they “affirmatively circumvented and obstructed fair competition for their own benefit.” Let’s pour one out for Lesnar’s MMA career!!!

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