Former Ultimate Stopping Championship (UFC) heavyweight title holder Brock Lesnar has however to pay up.
Many are questioning if Lesnar will most likely be returning to the Octagon this 12 months. Whereas the stage appeared to be set for Lesnar vs. UFC heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier, these talks have misplaced steam considerably. There’s moreover a hurdle that Lesnar ought to clear if he wishes to compete as soon as extra:
Brock Lesnar Still Owes Nevada Money
Once more in July, Nevada State Athletic Price (NSAC) authorities director Bob Bennett instructed MMA Weekly the following:
“(Lesnar) continues to be suspended based mostly on his superb. He’s required to pay the superb or arrange a cost plan with the Lawyer Normal’s Workplace (to get cleared from the suspension).”
MMA Weekly did a followup simply these days and confirmed that Lesnar nonetheless hasn’t paid the optimistic. The $250,000 optimistic in question is the outcomes of Lesnar’s failed UFC 200 drug verify. The optimistic was handed out by the NSAC.
Lesnar initially scored a unanimous willpower win over Mark Hunt once more in July 2016. The consequence was modified to a No Contest when Lesnar popped for banned substances. Hunt sued Lesnar, the UFC, and Dana White following the failed drug verify.
Formally, Lesnar hasn’t obtained educated blended martial arts bout since July 2010. He submitted Shane Carwin, who’s retired.
Do you suppose Brock Lesnar ever pays the optimistic?