Roman Reigns Suspended 30 Days For Wellness Policy Violation

Reigns has also stated that this is legit and isn’t denying a thing.  This doesn’t change anything for Battleground as the suspension will end before then but he won’t be around for the Draft.


  1. Ted says:

    Bad week, I feel bad for reigns

    Isaiah Morrow Reply:

    Why? He screwed up, no sympathy for the man.

    Ted Reply:

    Because he’s a human being and I’m not a jerk?

    klunderbunker Reply:

    I don’t feel bad for him. He knew what he was doing and that it was against the rules.

    Jay H (the real one) Reply:

    So him owning up to it and admitting he was wrong means we shouldn’t feel bad for him? I guess if an Indy darling did this it’d be ok but oh no not Roman.

    Greg Reply:

    Or you know, he could have not done it in the first place. He’s an idiot. Anyone who gets a violation is an idiot.

    I’d feel bad if he tripped and fell onto the needle. He didn’t.

    klunderbunker Reply:

    I’m not going to feel bad for him. He admitted he did it after he got caught. I’ll forget about it eventually but I’m really not going to feel bad for someone who cheated and made a lot of money as a result.

    Harry F. Reply:

    Nobody would feel sorry for an indy darling who got caught taking steroids either, stop trying to use a strawman. I have no sympathy for any wrestler who gets caught taking steroids. You break the rules, you get suspended, it’s that simple.

    Jay H (the real one) Reply:

    I’m not condoning what he did but I just wonder how much backlash an Internet favorite would get compared to him.

    ted Reply:

    Geeze Greg did Reigns piss in your cornflakes?

    I’m not saying he shouldn’t be punished. But I do feel bad for the guy. It’s a bad situation his doing or not.

    Greg Reply:

    Why yes he did piss in my cornflakes. I didn’t have enough for another bowl. Ruined my entire breakfast.

    I don’t feel bad for him and I honestly don’t see why anyone would. He did something he wasn’t supposed to on purpose and got caught. He didn’t admit anything before he got caught. I feel bad for guys who don’t do anything and do not get a chance like Roman did. Keep in mind, I like Roman (thought he was being pushed too hard but otherwise liked him). He is an idiot. Not doing drugs is always an option.

    ted Reply:

    Might I suggest Frosted flakes? I hear they’re great.

    Yes it is. But he’s still a human being and I feel bad for the things that could happen as a reuslt of his mistake. I don’t even like Reigns I found him insufferable. But he could lose money, friends in the locker room, Even support from head office. Those are the things I feel bad about. His fault or not I am never happy when someone gets punished. Deserved or not.

    Greg Reply:

    Nice pun.

    I doubt this will kill his push. Tons of guys have done this and been fine later. He will probably be in the doghouse (deservedly) for awhile before being forgiven. I’m not saying stick a fork in him. Roman is a gigantic idiot. But he isn’t worthless.

    He could have asked McMahon for help (sent to rehab or take time off). They do not give you a strike if you admit you have a problem. They help you. It is hard to trust a talent that does drugs. Roman will have to earn that trust back.

    Isaiah Morrow Reply:

    So you’re telling me if someone shot up a building you were in you would still feel bad for him being imprisoned? Thats a lot of sympathy man.

  2. Bloodbuzz Bunk says:

    Wow that came outta nowhere.

  3. M.R. says:

    I’ll be surprised if the Battleground main event isn’t changed.

  4. Greg says:

    This gives them a really good excuse to do the triple threat at SummerSlam. Roman is an idiot. The only guy who hasn’t done anything stupid from the Shield in their personal life* is Ambrose (Rollins dick and nazi chick, Roman wellness violation).

    *I don’t mean literally their entire life.

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  6. Bloodbuzz Bunk says:

    Wow the scorn is real on the Internet about the wellness policy. Like it’s either two things folks A) He took a supplement to help enhance his muscles which is totally fine by me as this isn’t a real competition or B) He smoked a joint or two which considering his line of work I wouldn’t begrudge him for the pain relief factor alone. I sorta wish we all knew what triggered Wellness Policy violations and what didn’t so that we could judge them more fully. Nothing is worse than this unknown which a person can project the worse possible thing.