Former WWE and current UFC star Brock Lensar pleaded guilty on hunting charges to improper tagging of an animal while hunting in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada. Lesnar was fined $1,725 and given a six month hunting suspension. Charges on leaving meat to rot and illegal possession of wildelife were dropped. Lesnar issued a statement on the fine adding:

“In November 2010 I went on a filmed hunt in Alberta, Canada. It was sponsored by Fusion Ammunition and guided by Trophy Hunters Alberta. In Alberta, Americans can’t hunt without a licensed outfitter. The outfitter is there to make sure you follow the rules. I had two deer tags for the trip which meant I could legally shoot two deer. On the first day of the trip, I shot a mule deer. On the second day, I shot a white tail. Videos from the hunt have been on the Internet for over and year. After I shot the mule deer, I failed to immediately tag it. As far as I was involved, that’s all there is to it. Now it’s resolved. I paid my fine today. It’s the kind of thing that happens to hunters all the time. I want to thank the Canadian authorities for their cooperation in resolving this misunderstanding. I love Canada and I can’t wait to go back to Alberta for a hunt.”