Brock Lesnar hunting guide pleads guilty in Canada

ANAHEIM CA - OCTOBER 22: UFC Heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar weighs in at 264 lbs at the UFC 121 weigh-in at the Honda Center on October 22 2010 in Anaheim California. (Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

How do you turn one buck into 2000 bucks?

Hunting guide Chad Stryker may have the answer, after pleading guilty on Tuesday (July 24, 2012) and being fined $2000 for his role in not properly tagging a mule deer shot by his client, former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar back in 2010, according to the Canadian Press.

The deadly duo were pinched north of the border for violating three counts of the Alberta Fish and Wildlife Act, including improperly affixing tags, spoilage of skin/edible flesh and possession of a controlled animal. Lesnar was fined $1,725 and given a six-month hunting suspension.

Following his run in with the mounties, "The Brockness Monster" was subsequently mounted by Alistair Overeem and hung over "Demolition Man's" fireplace, a pasty reminder of his last fight inside the Octagon at UFC 141 before tucking tail and heading back to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).

More on his Canadian hunting escapades right here.

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