UPDATE: Brock Lesnar's Wildlife Violation Charges are Resolved

UFC superstar Brock Lesnar plead guilty for failing to affix a tag to a mule deer he took on a November hunting trip in a courtroom in Medicine Hat, Alberta this Tuesday. Medicine Hat's chief prosecutor Ramona Robins dropped the previous charges of spoilage and illegal possession of wildlife.

Lesnar paid a fine of about $1,450 and is banned from hunting in Alberta for six months. Lesnar's guide from the November hunt, Chad Stryker, still faces charges.

What do you think Outdoor Life readers? Did Lesnar get preferential treatment or was he treated the same as anyone else would have been? It seems to me as though the latter was probably the case and I admire Lesnar for taking responsibility for his actions.