*Spoiler* Jack Swagger's Immediate Future In WWE Revealed

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Jack Swagger's job in WWE is safe following his DUI conviction in Biloxi, MS on Tuesday as he was added to the World Heavyweight Championship Money in the Bank Ladder Match at this week's Smackdown taping.

This also indicates the company is expecting him back from his severed thumb tendon injury.

Swagger isn't advertised for any live events this weekend, as he was previously.

  • Simon Veitch

    I do have to wonder though… The last thing anyone wants is swagger remotely near a ladder after what happened to ziggler, I do wonder if they plan to write off his character in the match

    • 1molly23

      One can only hope! Thwagger brings nothing to the ring.

  • Sweeney McAlester

    Really? He’s given a spot in the Money In The Bank match? Really? Then WWE has to not only deactivate their “Wellness Program” and in fact apologize to ALL those superstars they suspended and punished for substance abuse. This is ridiculous, if this was Drew McIntyre who did this, WWE would fire him and have him deported, but because Swagger is “All American” (which is bull, he is no more American then any one else born in that stupid country), HE gets away with breaking the law? WOW! Just plain WOW! Then this so-called “Wellness Program” is nothing but a damn JOKE! Deactivate it RIGHT NOW!

    • Erik Draven

      From what I understand (and I could be wrong on this), MJ is not a banned substance under the wellness program. It’s just frowned upon. I think it was Evan Bourne who got nailed twice for smoking the Synthetic Marijuana, which does have some banned chemicals in it’s make-up.

      • PenguinD

        This is accurate. Marijuana is frowned upon and will result in a fine, but not a suspension. Although illegal, the belief is that they would rather superstars smoke pot than develop and addiction to pain killers or other highly addictive substances. Bourne on the other hand was suspended for synthetic marijuana which is a horse of another color and has been directly connected to more than one death.

  • Stoney

    Crime pays