Brock Lesnar still owes a $250,000 fine that he was given by the Nevada State Athletic Commission as a result of his failed drug tests after his 2016 fight against Mark Hunt at UFC 200, according to MMA Fighting.
If Lesnar wants to compete in MMA again, he would have to pay the fine, and until then, he is still technically suspended. If he does choose to fight again, it’s expected that he will pay the fine or work out a payment plan with the NSAC that will lift his suspension.
Lesnar re-entered the USADA testing pool last year and has been tested five times since. The results haven’t been publicly released, which typically indicates that they came back clean from any banned substances.
For now, the previously planned fight between Lesnar and Daniel Cormier remains up in the air.
Impact’s New Backstage Interviewer
Impact backstage interviewer McKenzie Mitchell gave her notice to Impact this past Monday.
She will reportedly be replaced by Melissa Santos, according to Dave Meltzer. Santos is the ring announcer for Lucha Underground and she is engaged to Brian Cage.
Fighting With My Family at Sundance
The Paige biopic, “Fighting With My Family” will make its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on Monday, January 28, according to Deadline.
The movie will be released in NYC and Los Angeles on February 14, then will be released nationally in the US on February 22.
#SundanceFilmFestival bound, kids!
Our @SevenBucksProd independent film, “Fighting With My Family” will have it’s world premiere at Sundance. An honor for us and testament to so many people working so hard to deliver quality.
See ya there, Sundance 🦄 pic.twitter.com/7Y3IaqFU28
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) January 11, 2019