Last year, Vince McMahon and Dana White worked out a deal to allow Brock Lesnar to compete at UFC 200 last July in Vegas. Lesnar would go on to win the fight, but failed a drug test for banned substances – which was found out after his victory. While UFC took nearly 6 months to decided what to do, they announced today with The Nevada State Athletic Commission that he’s been suspended a full year from their brand and fined a massive $250,000 for two failed drug tests.

His win over Mark Hunt has also been overturned as well, which will now be a no contest in the record books. Luckily for him, with time served, he’ll be eligible for his next fight and return to the brand summer, as early as July 9, 2017. At the moment, he’s expected to have a rematch with Bill Goldberg at Royal Rumble event at San Antonio’s Alamodome – so he’ll be a WWE perform for now.