According to a report by NoDQ.com published Saturday evening, it appears that the details of Brock Lesnar’s potential anti-doping violation may already be squashed as a false flag for a common, and prescribed, medication. A post is circulating from someone who claims to train with Lesnar that the flag comes from Advair, a medication which treats Asthma that Lesnar uses due to the climate in Alexandra, Minnesota where he does the majority of his training. The teammate wrote:
“As many of you know I train with Brock and have brought to this board alot of inside information on camp and his comeback. Towards the end of camp we kept things fun and did alot of outdoor conditioning in Alexandria MN. This caused a severe reaction one day with Mr. LESNAR. He literally would not stop hyperventilating for almost 10 minutes after 5 rounds of hill sprints mixed with kettlebell work. Brock suffers from whats called RAD otherwise known as Reactive airway disease his doctor for years has prescribed him.
Advair Diskus which helps him breathe during the late spring and Summer months here in Minnesota when he has episodes. lostly when farming.This drug is classified as Beta-2 Agonists. So this is why he got popped by USADA.
Its really just a formality though because he should of been give a TUE just like people do who have ADHD and take Adderall that fight in the UFC or other pain killers for injuries. He passed the other 7 tests and was not using any GH or Anabolic agents of any kind which everyone is assuming.
He did not take this medication while in Las Vegas because he breathes well in that climate so this gave him no special advantages over Mark Hunt! Just wanted to clear the air over here once again you heard it first from me! I have other members here who can verify that I train with Brock.
This seems like a very reasonable explanation, should it turn out to be confirmed in the near future. While Brock Lesnar may appear to be a musclebound meathead, he’s a calculated athlete who is not going to risk the enormous amount of money he makes in both the UFC and WWE for an illegal edge. Official word is still pending from the USADA, but it appears it could be just a formality at this point. The WWE has yet to comment on the situation, but may not even need to if this issue is cleared up quickly by the USADA.