WWE: Is this the crazy reason why Hornswoggle failed a drugs test?

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The WWE has clamped down on substance use and abuse in the company over the past decade or so.

Following a period of frequent steroid and drug use that surrounded the WWE, which has seen many former superstars pass away tragically early, the WWE cracked down with a Wellness Policy that has been implemented and adhered to.

Hornswoggle fell foul of the policy earlier this week and was suspended for 30 days, but a potential reason for it is just ridiculous.


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Physically Unable to Pee

According to a report from PW Insider, via WhatCulture WWE, Hornswoggle might have not taken any drugs or steroids at all.

Instead, it is possible that he just physically wasn't able to give testers a urine sample when they came round in a surprise test.

"A rumour going around is that he was surprised by the testers, and wasn’t able to provide urine in the three hour window of them turning up," the report stated.

The piece goes on to add that testers were with Hornswoggle for three whole hours, which makes the claim of not being able to pee a little hard to believe.

"You’d think maybe he could have just consumed a load of water, but the rumour states he just wasn’t able to provide a sample in the testing window. As a result, he was considered a fail."

The last person to be suspended for a Wellness Policy violation was Ricardo Rodriguez back in 2013. Hornswoggle hasn't been seen on TV for months so this is hardly going to damages his in-ring chances that much.

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