Brock Lesnar Re-Entered USADA Testing Pool to Keep Options Open When WWE Contract Expires

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Pro Wrestling Sheet has learned that rumors of Brock Lesnar re-entering the USADA testing pool for MMA are true … however, it’s not because he’s planning a fight at Madison Square Garden this year.

Sources tell us Brock’s contract with WWE expires not long after WrestleMania 34 next year and he’s already made it clear to backstage officials that he currently doesn’t intend to re-sign.

We’re told the reason Lesnar has re-entered the testing pool is so that when his contract is up, he can make the right decision about his next career move … should he want to return to MMA.

According to’s Sean Ross Sapp, Lesnar has to re-enter the testing pool and fulfill the rest of his suspension before he’s allowed to fight in UFC again.

With all that being said, WWE could always make him a big offer to keep him from doing so.

UPDATE: A UFC official told MMA Fighting that Brock is not back in the pool yet … however, our sources indicate that if he’s not officially back in at this point, it’s in the process of happening.

5 Comments on "Brock Lesnar Re-Entered USADA Testing Pool to Keep Options Open When WWE Contract Expires"

  1. OperationEmpire™ | July 19, 2017 at 2:02 pm | Reply

    So in other words……speculation and rumor.

  2. Brock would get eaten alive by any current top 5 UFC heavyweight. He may stand a chance against Travis Browne, who has a hard time winning fights these days and is a shell of the monster that he use to be.

  3. The Dumpmaster | July 19, 2017 at 2:35 pm | Reply

    Ah, so he’ll fail another test, be permitted to compete, and get paid again. Check.

  4. Bonesaw McGraw | July 19, 2017 at 8:17 pm | Reply

    Sean Ross Sapp pees sitting down.

  5. Well Meaning | July 19, 2017 at 10:40 pm | Reply

    hasn’t this been debunked already?

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