Wellness

> Hi Scott,
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> When a superstar gets suspended via the Wellness Policy, is anything done to offer them support? Not that I’m ringing massive alarm bells for Paige here, but with Chyna’s death not even a year old, and with Women’s wrestling moving up the card, not only would a death be tragic, but it would be pretty easy for the media to latch on to "Young, beautiful girl dies as part of the WWE machine."
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> When somebody gets suspended, is there a default rehab provider that’s there? Somebody to talk about drug abuse? Or is it essentially "sit down and think about what you’ve done"?
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Oh, they abso-smurfly send you to rehab and counselling and all that. It’s part of the conditions of employment (or independent contracting if you will), and in fact Kurt Angle was fired because he refused rehab as a part of his suspension. I believe Jeff Hardy had the same issue. In fact, not only will they send you to rehab, but under the Randy Orton Rule you can actually work off a strike by doing so! They really do want the talent to get better.