Diverticulitis Not Alistair Overeem Ended Brock Lesnar's Career

Soon it would be revealed that Lesnar had suffered a crippling bout of diverticulitis, a disease that was literally eating away at his stomach. He narrowly avoi.

Five years earlier he had been hospitalized for acute diverticulitis — his second attack in a year. The two episodes had made his a candidate for elective bowel surgery. But several small, preliminary studies had just come out reporting good results

Brock Lesnar announced he was out indefinitely, Jon Jones decided against surgery and Zuffa announced a new health insurance plan — all in May 2011.

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Soon it would be revealed that Lesnar had suffered a crippling bout of diverticulitis, a disease that was literally eating away at his stomach. He narrowly avoided surgery but could not fully regain his former weight or strength.