The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Ken Shamrock, former WWE Intercontinental Champion and TNA World Champion, has been suspended by the California State Athletic Commission after testing positive for three different kinds of steroids.
It’s not known at this time whether this will affect the planned fight between him and Bobby Lashley later this month (March 21st). That fight is taking place in Florida while this was issued in California, however suspensions are often supported by other states.
This comes after Shamrock won his first fight in nearly four years last month against Ross Clifton. He was also charged with a $2500 fine, but is able to appeal the decision. We will keep you updated as soon as we get more details.
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