WWE Rumors: Exact substance behind Roman Reigns' suspension revealed
Reigns will return this Sunday at Battleground
One month ago, WWE surprised everyone by suspending the golden boy Roman Reigns for violating their wellness policy. While on one hand, the move showed how serious WWE is about their policies, it also left people wondering what the former WWE Champion actually did in order to receive this penalty.
Dave Meltzer from the Wrestling Observer has revealed the possible reason behind the suspension. According to him, backstage talks suggest that the former Shield member was found using a drug which is known for masking fatigue and pain.
The drug known as Adderall is said to be commonly used to treat ADHD which is a brain disorder causing people to fail in recognizing small details around them during various daily activities. Due to its side effects, the drug is banned in almost all major sports leagues such as NFL and NBA.
Here we should note that since WWE does not release the name of substances found in a wrestlers’ samples,the above information is not official but is based on various backstage sources.
Roman Reigns who was suspended last month due to this violation is set to return to WWE TV on this Sunday in the Battleground PPV where he will face the current WWE Champion Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins in a triple threat match for the prestigious championship.