Brock Lesnar Reported To Have Unpaid NSAC Fines Preventing Him From Fighting In Nevada

WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar re-entered the USADA testing pool back in the summer and has had to serve out the remainder of his suspension before for he will be eligible to fight in the UFC again. Well, his suspension is almost over as he reportedly has only two days left to serve, however there is a new speed bump along the road to Lesnar’s UFC return.

According to a report from MMA Weekly, NSAC Executive Director Bob Bennett has previously told them that Lesnar will not be allowed to fight in Nevada until he pays the $250,000 he owes the Nevada State Athletic Commision after his most recent failed drug screening following UFC 200.

“(Lesnar) is still suspended based on his fine. 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).”

After Lesnar made his appearance inside the octagon where he had a face to face altercation with UFC Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier, it seemed the two were destined to clash inside the cage.

But the talk of a Lesnar vs. Cormier superfight has died down as of late, especially now that Jon Jones has returned and once again holds the Light Heavyweight belt as the two currently seem to be on a collision course.

We will keep you updated if we hear anything more regarding Brock Lesnar’s MMA return.

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