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Chaotic Week For The WWE Writing Team Continued On Tuesday Night With Smackdown, Details On Who The Worker Was That Failed A WWE Wellness Test Along With Randy Orton & Cody Rhodes; How They Avoided A Suspension But Still Have Major Heat, A Judge Makes Sur

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- The atmosphere was chaotic at Tuesday's Smackdown taping due to the two segments on this week's show with workers dressing up as other workers. I'm told the segments were "pieced together" at the last minute.

- The third positive WWE Wellness test in which I concealed the name was Ezekiel Jackson. I'm told Jackson tested positive for synthetic testosterone but was not suspended because he produced a valid prescription. However, because the specific substance he tested positive for is on WWE's "banned substances" list he was required to notify them he was taking it beforehand. He didn't do this and has been pulled from TV. One source feels his job is in jeopardy.

- In an update to TNA's lawsuit against WWE, a judge has ordered WWE through an injunction they may not hire any worker that has been under contract to TNA in the last sixty days. Basically a hiring freeze until the matters of the litigation are cleared up.

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