WWE has declined to suspend Brock Lesnar following his recent failed drug tests.
A spokesman for WWE confirmed to TMZ Sports that only full-time members of the active roster are covered under the company's wellness policy. Since Lesnar only wrestles part time, he doesn't fit that criteria.
ESPN.com's Brett Okamoto reported the United States Anti-Doping Agency flagged Lesnar for a failed test June 28, and he tested positive again July 9, the night of UFC 200.
Tuesday's news from WWE doesn't come as a surprise. The company announced Monday night on Twitter that Lesnar would appear on the Aug. 1 edition of Raw:
When WWE suspends a wrestler under the wellness policy, they are removed from televised events for the duration of the suspension, as was the case recently with Roman Reigns. WWE likely wouldn't have advertised Lesnar to show up on Raw if it had planned to suspend him.
A 30-day suspension would've kept Lesnar out of SummerSlam.
With Lesnar avoiding punishment, those plans can move forward.