Dominic Cruz Lashes Out at Brock Lesnar on Steroids Scandal
Even though Brock Lesnar insists that he is clean and he’s simply a jacked white boy and that everyone has to just deal with the situation, things are far from being quiet. After the doping scandal following UFC 200, the number of people claiming the champion is using illegal substances has increased. This time, Dominick Cruz, an ex-bantamweight champs, takes a shot at the MMA sensation.
If He Makes It to the Fight I’d Be Shocked
That’s how Dominick starts his attack at Lesnar. During an interview, Cruz was asked what’s his opinion on the entire madness surrounding Brock Lesnar and it seems that it was the perfect opportunity for him to blow out some steam. He said that he’s confident USADA will take the right decision since they are the best anti-doping system on Earth and that Brock is definitely doping. He also added that, from his point of view, it is undeniable and there are no ifs, buts or ands about the situation. Furthermore, since he did not participate in Mixed Martial Arts for a while, the chances of him using banned substances are higher. Dominick Cruz continued to express his disbelief that Brock will even be allowed to fight Daniel Cormier in what could be the biggest fight of the year.
A World-Class Return
Brock Lesnar with a record of 5 wins, 3 defeats and a Non-Contest in the UFC is expected to return to Mixed Martial Arts at the beginning of 2019 after the mandatory six-month doping testing period will expired. This period was forced on the fighter by the United States Anti-Doping Agency after he failed two drug tests right before the UFC 200. Besides the suspension, Lesnar also got a $200,000 fine for failing the tests and it looked like everything is over for him.
But if he gets the ok from the USADA, he will be able to put his big words to the test against Daniel Cormier. Things got hot and heavy after UFC 226 when Daniel Cormier won his second belt and followed the footsteps of Conor McGregor by being able to call himself double champion. Even before Cormier left the ring a verbal dispute between him and Brock got serious and Brock got in ring.
Even though some people involved in MMA and UFC call this move as being a WWE antic that doesn’t really belong in this sport, it seems that the happening was enough reason to generate the next big fight. Unfortunately, we will have to wait for early 2019 to see this one. That’s in case Brock Lesnar doesn’t get completely banned from the sport by then.
If the Fight Will Take Place What Are Lesnar’s Chances?
Assuming Brock will manage to get passed the USADA and enter the ring against Cormier, things won’t be at all easy considering he’s going to face a double champion. After defeating Stipe Miocic through knock-out, Cormier looks tougher than never and he has a lot of time to get even better before the big match against Lesnar.
What About McGregor vs Nurmagomedov
Another long-awaited fight in UFC that seemed very likely to happen towards the end of this year, the clash between Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov has hit a standstill for now. Sources inside UFC rumored that Khabib is also looking for alternatives for his title shot. If he can’t fight Conor McGregor or GSP, then he could enter the ring against Eddie Alvarez or Dustin Poirier. Of course, fans want to see a McGregor vs Nurmagomedov fight, however, things are not as easy as it may seem since McGregor seems to think more about money than the actual sport or his fans.
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