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Would Like To Know Is TNA Drug Free?

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 27:  TNA President Dixie Carter and wrestler Hulk Hogan attends the launch of his book 'My Life Outside the Ring' at Madison Square Garden on October 27, 2009 in New York City.  (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images)
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Ben JohnsonContributor IJanuary 6, 2010

Does anyone think that TNA is drug free?

They seem to hire alot of wrestlers that have been kicked out of WWE for failing their wellness policy or have been on strikes and refused rehab.

I know WWE has their wellness policy which does seem to be working as-long as their not fiddling it, but what does TNA have (Am not taking a swing at TNA i really don't know if they have something like WWE's policy in place)

Am just concerned that TNA is capitalizing off talent that is addicted to pain meds and not taking advantage of WWE offer of free rehab because TNA will employ them.

Could it be another TNA swing at WWE because soon as a wrestler dies it's WWE that gets the bad publicity.

Seems like WWE is trying so hard to get wrestlers of the drugs and help them but is TNA undoing all that work that WWE does by employing them drug free or not?

 

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