June 1, 2012
WWE suspended former World Heavyweight and WWE champion Randy Orton for 60 days on Wednesday
for his second violation of the company’s Wellness Policy.
August 16, 2010
In the midst of the biggest push
of his career, Lance Cade was released
from WWE in October 2008 after suffering
a seizure on an airplane
due to a reported drug overdose. He was re-signed by WWE in October
2009 and was placed
in the developmental system before being
released again in April 2010.
Cade was nearing his return to WWE
TV when he was placed in a drug
rehabilitation program due to an addiction to sleeping pills. He
completed a four-week
rehab program in early March and was released
from his WWE contract soon after. Cade was told by mentor Shawn
earlier this year he was finished as a top guy. (by Richard Gray..WrestlingNewsWorld.com)
October 12, 2008
Dolph Ziggler (Nick Nemeth), will
go on the suspended list for 30 days due to violating the WWE Wellness Policy. This is his first violation.
Umaga violated the Wellness program at WWE and has been suspended
June 9, 2008
SmackDown's Jimmy Wang Yang (real name James
Yun) has been suspended 30 days for his first violation of the WWE Wellness Policy.
May 20, 2008
Entertainment has suspended performer William Regal (Darren Matthews) for 60 days for his second drug violation.
March 11, 2008
WWE has suspended Jeff Hardy for 60 days, for his second violation of the company's Drug policy
His first suspension under the company's drug policy came in late July 2007. That suspension was for 30 days.
Dave Meltzer is reporting that Scott Hall and Ron Simmons have taken WWE's offer for all former and current employees
to enter rehab.
November 3, 2007
Chris Masters has been suspended
60 days for WWE Wellness Policy violation. It is his second suspension.
Harry Smith, who just debuted on the main roster for the WWE, has been suspended 30 days for violation of the WWE Wellness
violation of WWE Wellness program
These superstars have been suspended and have been confirmed. They are:
Edge, he's out with injury.
Gregory Helms, he's also out with injury
John Morrison, 30 days
Mr. Kennedy, 30 days
William Regal, 30 days
Funaki, 30 days
Umaga, 30 days
Chavo Guerrero, 30 days
Chris Masters, either 30 or 60 days
UPDATED LIST: WWE program's drug offenders
public knowledge): Randy Orton (in August 2006 for failing a drug test due to steroids; continued receiving packages from
Signature Pharmacy until February 2007, but wasn't suspended again because he had to wrestle John Cena for the WWE title
at Unforgiven 2007 and WWE felt that he had "already served his time;" also, openly smoking marijuana backstage
at a show in March 2006 was a behavioral suspension and didn't count as a strike), Joey Mercury, Rene Dupree (two-time
offender), Kurt Angle, Rob Van Dam (due to a drug possession arrest), Kid Kash, Ryan Reeves, Ryan O'Reilly (call-up to
ECW roster relinquished), Balls Mahoney (for painkillers), Drew "Festus" Hankinson (when in developmental in late
2006), Andrew "Test" Martin (later fired), referee Chris Kay (two-time offender, later fired), Jeff Hardy (two-time
offender), Chavo Guerrero (may be a two-timer, as he returned as soon as 60 days passed in November 2007), Chris Masters (two-time
offender, later fired), Edge, Funaki, Gregory Helms, Booker T (two-time offender), Charlie Haas, Mr. Kennedy, Umaga, William
Regal (two-time offender), John Morrison, Gene Snitsky (apparently a drug failure as his name never came up during the Signature
Pharmacy scandal), Harry "DH" Smith, Derrick Neikirk (later fired), Neil "Chet the Jet" Bzibziak (later
fired), and Afa, Jr. (for attempting to cheat on a drug test with a realistic prosthetic penis). By my count, that's 29
Wellness Policy offenders (at least that we know of) and at least 34 individual drug suspensions, so the WWE spokeswoman was
being truthful when she said that there have been over 30 suspensions in the policy's history.
on November 1st of last year, WWE tweaked the Wellness Policy so that all future drug failures would be publicly announced
by the company. Before then, WWE never publicly announced drug suspensions, and the only way to find out about them was through
insider wrestling websites. Since that time, there have been a total of seven Wellness Policy violations; Harry "DH"
Smith, Chris Masters, Derrick Neikirk, Neil "Chet the Jet" Bzibziak, Jeff Hardy, Afa, Jr., and William Regal. Seven
months in, it averages out to about one WWE drug suspension per month.
September 13, 2007
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