According to several sources, the UFC have pinpointed a huge main event in Madison Square Guardian, New York, this November, but a failed drug test from June 2016 could throw a spanner in the works.
Lesnar still has six months to serve on a year-long suspension handed out after his fight with Mark Hunt. Retiring from MMA in February 2017 removed Brock from the testing pool, and he must re-enter and serve the time before competing again.
MMAFighting.com are reporting that Lesnar has now made himself available for testing, but if this is a new development, 'The Beast' won't be able to fight until July. The only way he could make November is if he secretly re-entered USADA's system in May.
Cormier vs. Lesnar is a matter of "when," not "if." It remains to be seen whether this news will fast-track his WWE Universal Title loss, but the company may address the situation on tonight's Raw.
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