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It looks like Brock Lesnar’s UFC drug failures will come back to affect his WWE career after all.

Lesnar is currently scheduled to be on nearly episode of Monday Night RAW between now and WrestleMania, but there is one notable exception on his schedule: a February show in Las Vegas that Lesnar will be forced to stay off of due to his failed drug tests from UFC 200.

Nevada is one of the few remaining states where pro wrestling is required to answer to the state athletic commission, and Lesnar is currently facing a suspension from the Nevada State Athletic Commission from his failed drug tests at UFC 200. Until then, Lesnar is suspended from all athletic competition within the state.

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Lesnar originally defeated Mark Hunt at UFC 200 before it was revealed that Lesnar had failed two tests for clomiphene. Clomiphene is often used to help restart the body’s natural testosterone cycle upon completion of a steroid cycle.

Lesnar will otherwise be appearing at 13 WWE events leading up to WrestleMania 33 in Orlando. This is in contrast to how WWE has been using Lesnar over the past couple of years, where Lesnar would sparingly appear on WWE television.

[H/T Sportskeeda, Cageside Seats]

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