Brock Lesnar has informed Ultimate Fighting Championship that he has officially retired from Mixed Martial Arts.  The story was announced on MMAFighting.com and later confirmed through a UFC Spokesman.  As of this time, Brock Lesnar has not made any official public announcements about his retirement. Despite this, Brock Lesnar’s name was quietly removed from the UFC’s website as well as the USADA’s dug testing pool.

Brock Lesnar was suspended from UFC after testing positive for banned substances twice over the summer of 2016.  The tests were done leading up to his return to UFC where he was victorious in defeating his opponent Mark Hunt. Lesnar was also fined $250,000 for the drug test violations. His one-year suspension would have been lifted in July of this year, but that it is apparent Lesnar decided to retire instead.

Lesnar is still currently employed by World Wrestling Entertainment where he is scheduled to face WCW Legend Bill Goldberg at this year’s Wrestlemania 33 event on April 2. Brock Lesnar made his return to WWE back in 2012 and has accomplished many notable feats since then including a one-sided dominant victory over John Cena for the WWE Championship and ending The Undertaker’s undefeated streak at Wrestlemania

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Josh (or J.J. as some have come to call him) has been an anime fan since he was young Indulging himself in classics such as Sailor Moon and Samurai Pizza Cats, Josh’s love for anime only spiraled out from there. Anime and Manga isn’t his only passion, though. He has also been a gamer for his entire life starting with the Apple VIC Commodre 20 all the way up to Playstation 4 / Xbox One. Josh also has a Bachelor of Arts in Game Design, is one of the co-hosts of the A-01 Podcast which deals with Anime & Manga and is also a self-motivated creative writer and has been creating original content for nearly 20 years!