It looks like Brock Lesnar may be done with mixed martial arts.
According to MMAFighting.com, Lesnar has reportedly told UFC officials of his retirement from competition. The website also reports that Lesnar has been removed from the company’s official roster, and that he has been taken out of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency’s (USADA) drug testing pool.
Lesnar is currently serving a one-year suspension from competition after testing positive during tests before his UFC 200 fight against Mark Hunt. Lesnar initially won the fight, but the result was changed to a no-contest after the test results came back positive for a banned substance.
Lesnar (5-3, 1NC) is a former UFC heavyweight champion with two successful defenses. He originally retired from UFC back in 2011 after complications with diverticulitis, opting to return to his WWE career after an eight-year hiatus. Lesnar has with WWE since and is treated as a top star, with the company allowing Lesnar to take the UFC fight while still under contract last year.
Lesnar is currently slated to face Goldberg at this year’s WrestleMania in Orlando.