Former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar is currently finishing out the final months of his USADA enforced suspension. That being said, it would appear that the former title holder may be making a cage side appearance at an upcoming UFC event.
Brock Lesnar failed a drug test way back at UFC 200. After serving six months of his year-long suspension for the anti-doping policy violation, Lesnar exited the USADA testing pool and returned to the WWE.
Now back in the testing pool, Lesnar is finishing out his suspension. The former champion event appeared cage side at UFC 226 to accept a fight call out from two-division UFC champion Daniel Cormier.
Now UFC President Dana White has come forward to claim that Brock Lesnar may make a cage side appearance at UFC 230 as well. Daniel Cormier is set to headline the event in a heavyweight title fight against Derrick Lewis on Nov. 3.
“Brock Lesnar might be in New York,” Dana White told ESPN. “That’s not guaranteed, we haven’t talked about it or anything, but I wouldn’t be surprised if he called and said, ‘I’m coming to the fight.’ I plan on Brock Lesnar fighting soon.”