Brock Lesnar has failed yet another drug test

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Before UFC 200, Brock Lesnar responded to PED claims by saying that he was just a "jacked white boy" and that everyone should deal with it. 

Well, it turns out that Lesnar is actually a 'juiced white boy' as it was revealed yesterday that he failed yet another drug test. 

The USADA informed the UFC yesterday that Lesnar had failed his in-competition test that was taken less than twelve hours before the fight against Mark Hunt. 


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Apparently, Lesnar has tested positive for the same substance he was flagged up for in his first failed drug test, which was out of competition. 

The USADA doesn't confirm a positive test until they are totally sure themselves that they have found something in the sample. Lesnar's 'B' Sample will now also be tested and if that is found to be positive he could face a long suspension.

According to ESPN's Brett Okamoto on Twitter, Lesnar tested positive for the same drug that Jon Jones was busted for.

An estrogen blocker, Clomiphene can be used in two ways, to deal with the unwanted side effects of taking testosterone, and potentially also as a masking agent when coming off testosterone replacement therapy. 

It is not something that is put in supplements like Jones seems to be claiming in his case. 

Just like Jones, Lesnar is also looking at a two-year suspension from mixed martial arts. We will have to wait and see if the WWE take any action against the former World Champion. After seeing him be drafted to RAW last night, it seems unlikely.

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