Update: Brock Lesnar Needs Surgery; May Never Fight Again

Nick Paglino

The Toronto Star has posted an article today revealing new information concerning UFC Champion Brock Lesnar’s current medical condition. Below are highlights from the article, and you can read the entire piece if you CLICK HERE.

Ailing cage fighter Brock Lesnar has developed a serious intestinal disorder that requires surgery, Ultimate Fighting Championship boss Dana White told TMZ.com Monday.

UFC President Dana White originally told the press, this past weekend, that "He’s [Lesnar] not well. He’s not going to be getting well anytime soon," White told reporters after a UFC event in England. "He doesn’t have cancer or AIDS or anything like this, (but) he’s got some problems."

On Monday, White clarified his diagnosis somewhat. He also said that Lesnar is back in the U.S. and that he might be admitted to the Mayo Clinic for surgery. According to White, Lesnar, 32, might never fight again

Lesnar himself has not been heard from since cancelling a scheduled bout three weeks ago. Shortly thereafter, UFC announced that Lesnar had contracted mononucleosis. Rumours swirled that he had swine flu. Things appear to be going from bad to worse for the superstar mixed-martial artist.

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