Lesnar is among the most popular athletes in both mixed martial arts and professional wrestling
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Former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar has been notified of a potential violation of the promotion's anti-doping policy from an out-of-competition drug test administered June 28 .Lesnar is among the most popular athletes in both mixed martial arts and professional wrestling.The AP also obtained copies of three letters from the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency to Lesnar, informing the fighter that he had passed tests on three samples submitted over a nine-day period in mid-June, mere days before the sample with the potential violation was collected.Lesnar, who turned 39 this week, has been rigorously drug-tested since announcing his return to UFC competition last month. USADA typically requires an athlete to submit to testing for four months before a UFC competition, but Lesnar was allowed to be tested in a shorter window because of the short time between his announced comeback in June and his return fight in early July.
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