More on Robert Roode & Primo Colon's Wellness Policy Violations

— Robert Roode and Primo Colon’s suspensions for violating WWE’s Wellness Policy will run for 30-days without pay since they are first time offenders, reports the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. It was the first announced WWE Wellness Policy failures since 2016 and in Colon’s case especially strange since he hasn’t wrestled for WWE since about February and there were even reports that he was not even under contract anymore. Roode’s suspension – while announced on 12/10 – was likely known beforehand as WWE ran an angle where he was written out of TV due to an injury whereas prior to that, he was actually tentatively booked for the TLC PPV.

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