Brock Lesnar health report
January 3, 2012 - UFC 141 medical suspensionsSuspended Brock Lesnar until June 28 due to an abdominal injury, though he can be cleared early by a physician
May 28, 2011 - Brock Lesnar undergoes surgery on colonThere are several ways to treat the illness, but having already opted against surgery once, Lesnar decided it was time to take the more direct choice of action second time around. He went under the knife to remove about 12 inches of his colon, and now UFC president Dana White is targeting a January return for the former UFC heavyweight champion. "Brock Lesnar actually had surgery yesterday," said White. "They removed about 12 inches of his colon, repaired it, he feels great. "He said he's a little sore, but the operation was a huge success. We're hoping he can be back by the first of the year."
November 29, 2010 - Brock Lesnar suspended after UFC 121
Lesnar, who suffered a first-round TKO loss to new champ Velasquez, is suspended 180 days with no contact for 180 days due to possible eye injuries, though he can be cleared early by an ophthalmologist. Regardless, he faces a 60-day suspension with no contact for 60 days due to a left-cheek laceration. Even if the 60-day suspension hadn't been levied, he had faced a 45-day suspension with no contact for 30 days for precautionary reasons
December 3, 2009 - Dana White:"Lesnar is still VERY sick!"
UFC president Dana White provided on update on UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar on his Twitter account today. White stated that Lesnar is still very sick, and his future remains unclear.
"Tons of people keep asking me about brock," White tweeted.
November 19, 2009 - Lesnar Released From Hospital
Dana White appeared on ESPN’s SportsCenter to update the world on the condition of his heavyweight champion, Brock Lesnar. “I don’t know, we don’t know if he ever will fight again or not,” a very unsure White told ESPN’s John Buccigross.
The infection that Lesnar got while in Canada is still being kept under wraps but we do know that Lesnar underwent “minor surgery” to hopefully correct the problem but we won’t know Lesnar’s full condition until he gets a complete checkup.
November 18, 2009 - Lesnar has Diverticulitis (unconfirmed)WCCO in Minneapolis is reporting UFC heavyweight champ Brock Lesnar has a severe case of diverticulitis, a disease found in the large intestines which involves formation of pouches on the outside of the colon that become inflamed.
UFC president Dana White reportedly spoke with Lesnar today, who is believed to be in a hospital in Bismark, ND, shortly. White is trying to get Lesnar to check into the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN for further treatment.
Diverticulitis is a condition in which abnormal pouches (diverticula) that form in the colon become inflamed. While the causes of the condition are unproven, most doctors believe it is linked to a low-fiber diet.
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November 17, 2009 - Lesnar has bacterial infectionUFC President Dana White said Monday that heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar is recovering from a bacterial infection in his intestinal tract.
"He's in stable condition and should be released soon," UFC President Dana White said.
Asked if Lesnar was in a Bismarck hospital, White said, "I think he is," but did not want to say which hospital because he wanted to protect Lesnar's privacy.
White said he is encouraging Lesnar to check into the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., for further treatment. He also said he did not know if the 32-year-old South Dakota native will fight again.
"It depends on how serious this is," White said.
Bismarck's St. Alexius hospital said Lesnar was not a patient there. The other hospital in the city, Medcenter One, would not confirm or deny he was there.
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November 16, 2009 - Lesnar is not suffering from something as serious as cancer or HIV/AIDS
UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar is suffering with something related to an intestinal disorder and will probably require "major surgery," UFC president Dana White said in a report Monday on TMZ.
"There's a possibility Lesnar will never fight again," White told TMZ.
White plans to have Lesnar transferred to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. for further diagnosis and treatment.
During the UFC 105 post-fight press conference, White declined to specify Lesnar's illness to respect the star's privacy, but did state that Lesnar neither has cancer nor AIDS.
"I can't really talk about it right now, but he is in rough shape. He's in really bad shape," White said Saturday. "I'm actually probably going to fly to go see him, and we're going to probably have to do some stuff to take care of this guy. He is not well, and he's not getting any better."
November 11, 2009 - Brock suffering from mononucleosis
It has been confirmed that Brock Lesnar is suffering from mononucleosis. He informed Dana White earlier today of the diagnosis that he received this week. He was ordered not to do any training for at least one month and the Jan. 2 date is out of the question.
White told Kevin Iole earlier today, "We're still trying to figure it out and I'm really not sure where any of it stands right now."
October 27, 2009 - Brock doesn't have H1N1"[Lesner] said he's never been this sick in his life," White said, according to Yahoo. "He said it's been going on for a long time and he just hasn't been able to shake it."
White told Yahoo! he doesn't think Lesner has H1N1.
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