A part-time Superstar is one promotion and a returning fighter in the other, Brock Lesnar is a man who knows a thing or two about both the UFC and WWE.
So, who better to ask for their take on the recent drug controversies that have plagued both organisations in recent weeks than The Beast Incarnate himself?
That's exactly what one reporter took the opportunity to do during Lesnar's Q&A session on Thursday ahead of his UFC 200 bout against Mark Hunt. Unfortunately for both Jon Jones and Roman Reigns, the former Heavyweight champion summed up his feelings on both stars with just one word.
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"Like I said, it's unfortunate, it's unprofessional, it's just the way it is," Lesnar explained, via Wrestling Inc., when asked for his reaction to the two recent failed drugs tests from Reigns and Jones, respectively.
"Unprofessional". That has got to hurt both banned stars as they watch on as Lesnar grabs the limelight.
Jones, of course, was pulled from UFC 200 yesterday after a June test returned a positive sample. The former lightweight champion was emotional as he apologised during a press conference yesterday proclaiming his innocence.
In Lesnar's eyes, though, it is his would-be opponent Daniel Cormier who people should feel sorry for:
"It sucks for everybody and it is what it is...It's really unprofessional of anybody at this calibre for something like that to happen."
Tainting Roman Reigns with the same "unprofessional" tag is a pretty big put down from Lesnar. However, the former Shield member doesn't really have a leg to stand on when it comes to combatting such defamation of his character.
Before his 30 day ban for violating the Wellness Policy, Reigns was at the pinnacle of the WWE and receiving the ultimate push from the organisation.
Letting things slide when you're being hand fed title runs is just about as stupid and unprofessional as you can get.