UFC Star Brock Lesnar on Steroid Rumors: ‘I’m a White Boy and I’m Jacked, Deal With It’

Brock Lesnar is speaking out against the steroid accusations leveled against him by Mark Hunt, his opponent at UFC 200 on July 9.

In the media call for UFC 200, Lesnar admits he’s dealt with these sorts of steroid accusations for his entire career, whether as an amateur wrestler, a WWE superstar, or an MMA fighter.

“I’ve been dealing with that my entire life,” Lesnar admitted. “I’m a white boy and I’m jacked. Deal with it. What do you want me to say? I’m a white boy and I’m jacked, deal with it.”

Lesnar would go on to state that, despite having been away from mixed martial arts since 2011, he isn’t exactly afraid of Hunt, despite Hunt’s reputation as a guy who finishes fights.

“Is he better than I am at standup? Of course, he is. Is he a better wrestling than me? Hell no,” Lesnar declared. “He’ll probably tell you that too. That’s why we’re fighting. We’re going to see who the best man is with their discipline, on (July) 9th, of course. That’s what it is.”

Brock Lesnar on Steroid Rumors 'I'm a White Boy and I'm Jacked, Deal With It'

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I guess we’ll see who the better man is at UFC 200. Should be an exciting, hard-hitting fight. I can’t wait.

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