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Some weeks ago before the UFC 200 match which happened between Mark Hunt against Brock Lesnar; a drug test was carried on the Beast Brock Lesnar of which when the result came out it was revealed to be a positive test result but still it was not seen as a thing.

Earlier this morning, reports got to us that Brock Lesnar has been tested positive for the second time and reports states that this time for an in-competition sample obtained just before UFC 200. It was revealed earlier on that he was to face a penalty from the Nevada State Athletic Commission and USADA. This is seen as a serious offence in every company.

Ever since these things happened, questions have been asked as to what the WWE will do with Brock Lesnar having violating the wellness policy? It is obvious that the WWE never jokes with their wellness policy as we can simply bear witness from the actions will they have recently carried out. The Guy, Roman Reigns was suspended for 30 days because of the violation and before then lots of superstars have been shown the door also because of the policy.

According to the Boss of WWE, Vince McMahon, the policy of wellness does not affect any part time wrestler of the WWE fighter; it only affects full timers which are whole involved in the affairs of the company. So now, one can simply say that Brock Lesnar will not be penalized because he falls under the category which is exempted from the policy. Brock Lesnar is a part timer in the WWE and not a full time timer.

More so, it is revealed that a wrestler should have at least 100 matches within the calendar year but Brock Lesnar on wrestles 10 times in a calendar year. Regarding this, said, “I’m not a regularly scheduled performer. In addition to that, I’m 62 years old, not 26. And the Wellness Policy is designed for those young competitors who compete on a regular basis”.