The Undertaker After Wrestlemania, Does The WWE Wellness Policy Reset?, CM Punk Hating On The Rock, Santino's Title Win

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If The Undertaker ends up losing in his Hell in a Cell match against Triple H at Wrestlemania XXVIII would that be the end of his career?

I don't think anyone knows what The Undertaker plans on doing past Wrestlemania XXVIII and honestly it probably depends on how he feels afterwards. As far as I know no decision has made been on the outcome of Undertaker vs. Triple H but I oppose ending Undertaker's undefeated streak because I feel he's earned the honor for it to remain intact. With that being said WWE officials would certainly be interested in trying to get Brock Lesnar to face Undertaker if he can go next year.

How long does the WWE Wellness Policy last? I realize it one strike is a 30-day suspension, two strikes is a 60-day suspension and three strikes results in termination. However, let's take Evan Bourne for example. If he fails another Wellness test in let's say three years, would he still be fired? What about William Regal, who also has two violations? Is there a time when the policy resets?

The policy doesn't reset and even if Evan Bourne or William Regal were terminated and later re-signed, they would return with two Wellness Test failures. If a worker has three failures and they are terminated, they will remain terminated for at least one year. If WWE brings them back after their minimum termination of one year they will return with two Wellness strikes, must test negative during pre-screening and will be subject to strict random testing while they are under WWE contract. The entire WWE Wellness Policy is online at this link.

Why is CM Punk hating on the Rock? I really didn't think that Punk would have a problem with him being back. I think the boys in the back should stop all the hate and like you said, take notes on what he does to get over.

CM Punk explained his problem with The Rock at this link. For me to say anything else would be to put words in Punk's mouth which would be disrespectful and inaccurate. As for my own personal reaction, I can understand Punk's frustration, however, if I was a WWE wrestler, I would try to learn all I could from The Rock. He's an extremely rare talent that only comes around every couple of decades and anyone that criticizes him runs the risk of looking like a hater. The Rock earned his spot, it's time for some of the other guys to do the same.

Why did WWE put the United States Championship on Santino Marella?

As I noted in yesterday's WNW Premium Mailbag, my initial reaction was Santino Marella was being rewarded for stepping into a tough spot at Elimination Chamber and blowing the roof off the place. I don't know if that's the reason but it sure doesn't seem like a big stretch after Santino stepped up when WWE needed him too.

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