"I’ve been accused of using steroids my entire life, probably since the tenth grade in high school… I’ve never failed a drug test. Now if I was a black guy and I looked the way I do would I get asked this question a 100 times? I just happen to be a white guy that has some great genetics, so I guess that puts a bullseye on me… I’m a white dude that’s shredded and you don’t see a lot of it -- a guy that’s walking around that looks like me."
-- UFC heavyweight title contender Brock Lesnar tells Larry Pepe on Pro MMA Radio last night about how he feels regarding the allegations that he is/was a steroid user -- allegations that have apparently followed him for well more than a decade. Lesnar is a massive specimen, weighing near 285 pounds these days and cutting down to the heavyweight division limit of 265 pounds around fight time. He will challenge heavyweight champion Randy Couture for his division title at UFC 91: "Couture vs. Lesnar" on November 15. It's important to note that Lesnar has recently been tested by the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) for illegal/banned substances and passed with flying colors. Lesnar and other competitors on the card will also be test on or around fight night. We'll have more on Lesnar's appearance on Pro MMA Radio shortly.