To recap, all in all, 20 past and present WWE wrestlers were listed as being clients of the busted Signature Pharmacy in Orlando. Of the 20 listed, 15 of them are currently contracted to WWE. Three are deceased (Brian Adams, Chris Benoit, Eddie Guerrero), one was recently released (Sylvain Grenier), and another wrestler was on the verge of being signed this week, if he hasn’t already (Johnny Stamboli).
While not 100% official, the following ten wrestlers listed appear to be the wrestlers most likely to have been suspended by WWE after Sports Illustrated revealed that every single one of them purchased drugs over the Internet through Signature Pharmacy after the institution of the WWE Wellness Policy in February 2006 – a clear violation of the policy. WWE suspended 10 wrestlers today based upon information received in the Signature bust, though not necessarily these wrestlers. Here is SI’s list again:
Charlie Haas – Purchased drugs as late as January 2007.
Chavo Guerrero – Purchased drugs as late as May 2006.
Edge – Purchased drugs as late as February 2007.
Funaki – Purchased Somatropin in March 2006.
Gregory Helms – Purchased drugs as late as February 2007.
John Morrison – Purchased five different drugs as late as February 2007 .
Mr. Kennedy – Purchased three drugs between October 2006 and February 2007, including testosterone, which is an anabolic steroid. Kennedy sternly claimed in a recent interview entitled ‘WWE Stopped My Steroid Use’ that he completely stopped doing steroids as soon as the WWE Wellness Policy was implemented. You can read the interview at this link.
Randy Orton – Purchased drugs as late as February 2007.
Umaga – Purchased Somatropin as late as December 2006.
William Regal – Purchased drugs as late as November 2006.
Of the ten listed, two currently hold WWE Championship belts, two more are involved in a major storyline, four more are active performers, and two are out indefinitely due to injury.
The following five WWE wrestlers were listed as being clients of the Signature Pharmacy as well, but their names didn’t turn up on Sports Illustrated’s list. It should be noted that Anthony Carelli aka Santino Marella didn’t sign a contract with WWE until 2006, and the WWE Wellness Policy was implemented early that year, so it would be wise to assume that the following wrestlers haven’t been totally cleared yet in regards to a possible suspension just because their names weren’t listed in the Sports Illustrated article:
The following five wrestlers are no longer contracted to WWE. Three are deceased, one was recently released, and Stamboli’s WWE status is unclear at the moment.
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