What Caused Evan Bourne's Second WWE Wellness Policy Violation & 60-Day Suspension - How It Happened So Close To His First Suspension, Bourne's "Change Of Heart" That Has Him Regretting His Behavior, Will He Be Fired?

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I'm told Evan Bourne's second WWE Wellness Policy violation that carries a 60-day suspension was in fact for smoking synthetic cannabis. Sources close to Bourne say he had basically decided he didn't care and had soured to the point where he was almost hoping to get fired to pursue other opportunities.

This led to the damning accusation that made rounds last week that Bourne was actually "trying to get fired" from WWE. My source tells me the backstage heat he had over ratting out R-Truth on top of getting popped for smoking Spice the first time had led him to the point where he stopped worrying about the Wellness Policy and kept smoking the banned substance.

However, my source notes that Bourne had a "change of heart" after recent meetings with WWE management where it was made clear while he was in the dog house, the company still had a plan for him and his problems could ultimately be "smoothed over."

Bourne became a little more optimistic about his future, however, knew he was still running the risk of failing another Wellness Test. Sure enough, he was tested again and failed a second time. This caused him to be suspended for 60-days and many believe he'll end up a victim of the company's annual roster cuts.

  • J-Dub

    Dumb dumb!

  • Lin

    Why not just ask for your release? Isn't that simpler than smoke weed and hope they fire your ass?
    Doesn't that makes you look bad for whatever company you decide to enter?

  • Kayvon

    For the life of me, I have never understood why anyone would consume synthetic pot. I'm not advocating the use of any such substances (or the real thing for that matter), but common sense would dictate that if you wanted to smoke pot, go smoke pot…not something that is supposed to be pot, which is made in a lab. Again, I'm not advocating any of this stuff at all…I understand that there are fines for testing positive for pot but who cares about that? People who use this synthetic stuff need to understand that there are serious health risks associated with using such products. It's just plain stupid and Evan Bourne needs to grow up and quit acting like a child. If he wants out of his contract, he should ask to be released instead of trying to get himself fired in this manner. To be fair, maybe he already did ask for his release and didn't get it, and this was his way of getting what he wants. Thanks again, Richard, for all of your hard work!

  • Straightedg3kid

    Lost all respect I had for him smh.

  • Tommy

    FYI, you can't test for k1 or spice, and pot is only a fine. So start drawing your next conclusion of why the suspension happened, personally i'm a pepsi guy