Brock Lesnar just got leveled with a giant fine by the Nevada Athletic Commission.
The former WWE, UFC, NCAA, and IWGP Champion was fined $250,000 to the Nevada attorney general's office, per a settlement as part of a suspension from the NAC. Lesnar's UFC 200 win over Mark Hunt is now a no-contest.
Lesnar tested positive for the estrogen blocker Hydrox-clomiphene in two drug tests in relation to the July 9 event -- one out-of-competition, and one on fight night. Lesnar would earn a unanimous decision win, and has subsequently been fined ten percent of his $2.5 million purse. His UFC 200 opponent Mark Hunt has been rather outspoken in regards to the drug test failure, demanding a percentage of Lesnar's purse and/or fine.
Lesnar still performs as a pro wrestler for WWE, and will compete next month at the 2017 Royal Rumble. Lesnar will be eligible to return to MMA competition in July 2017, one year after the drug tests were revealed. Former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones received a similar suspension for testing positive for clomiphene.