Lesnar pleads guilty to hunting violation, pays $1,725 fee

UFC star Brock Lesnar says he looks forward to hunting again in Alberta after clearing up what he says was a misunderstanding and common issue among hunters. He was charged with failing to immediately affix a tag to an animal.
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UFC star Brock Lesnar says he looks forward to hunting again in Alberta after clearing up what he says was a misunderstanding and common issue among hunters. He was charged with failing to immediately affix a tag to an animal.

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