The say there is no such thing as bad publicity. Even if that's true, there is such a thing as bad timing.
Jack Swagger was set to challenge Alberto Del Rio for the World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania 29. Just two days after he won at Elimination Chamber to earn the right to challenge Del Rio, TMZ reports he was arrested and was in possession of marijuana.
WWE is very public about holding their talent to a wellness policy, which clearly states Swagger has violated, if these charges stick. However, we have seen performers in the past move forward despite these type of incidents.
Is the end coming for Swagger in WWE? Big Nasty and I debate what the future holds and how WWE should react.
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