WWE News: Randy Orton suspension rumour debunked

Rumours of ‘The Viper’ being suspended had surfaced earlier today
Aaroh Palkar
Modified 22 Aug 2016

On March 19th, 2007, Sports Illustrated posted an article on their website as a part of their investigation against several professional athletes for the use of HGH and Steroid ring. The article also mentioned several former and current WWE Superstars including the Viper, Randy Orton.

Orton was found taking anastrozole, clomiphene citrate, and steroids such as testosterone, nandrolone, oxandrolone, and stanozolol. Thus, WWE under their Talent Wellness Program which was implemented in the February of 2006, suspended Orton for thirty days for his violation of the policy.

In the May of 2012, Randy Orton was again suspended for sixty days on account of his second violation of the company’s Wellness Policy.

However, just a few moments ago someone on the internet thought the news of his second policy violation as mentioned above, a “breaking news” and posted it on the internet.

Guys, Randy Orton has not been suspended, the article in question is from May 2012. We have a screenshot proving that so that people are not misled by false information. 

Screenshot Debunking the Rumours

We hope this clarifies this huge confusion that has been caused among the members of the IWC. So, guys we hope that you will share this news further that this news is 100% invalid.

Published 22 Aug 2016
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