Brock Lesnar only drug-tested once so far by USADA in 2019

 
 

Brock Lesnar has so far gotten an easy ride this year from the USADA, the administrators of the UFC Anti-Doping Program.

Public records of all tests administered to UFC fighters show that Lesnar has been tested only once this year. Lesnar completed his suspension in January and is now eligible to fight again in the Octagon. His one-year suspension still had six months to go and that started once Lesnar was once again available to be drug tested. Last year, after Lesnar entered the UFC drug testing pool in July, USADA came knocking seven different times in a six-month period and Lesnar has so far been on his best behavior and passed all of them.

Daniel Cormier, which wants his next fight to be with Lesnar, was tested three times already this year. He last fought in November 2018.

UFC President Dana White has said that Brock has not reached out to him yet for a fight but as long as Lesnar stays in the UFC drug testing pool, he could fight any time.