ByJoshua Molina, writer at Creators.co
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Well if Roman Reigns thought the boos were bad before, he hasn't seen anything yet.

The man who was gifted three WWE championship reigns simply because of his "look" saw his push halted and his reputation slammed, far worse than when Brock Lesnar took him to Suplex City. Reigns has been suspended by the WWE for 30 days for a wellness policy violation.

It's unclear whether the WWE knew about Reigns' violation before he dropped the strap to Seth Rollins at Sunday's MITB PPV. The WWE does not typically disclose the type of wellness policy violations.

The WWE's list of banned drugs can be found here:

Here are the WWE's rules on drug test failures:

First Violation: In the event of an initial positive test for substances prohibited by this Policy other than marijuana and alcohol, the WWE Talent shall be suspended for thirty (30) days, fined an amount equal to thirty (30) days, pay deducted from the WWE Talent’s downside guarantee on a weekly basis and WWE will publicly disclose the WWE Talent’s name and duration of the suspension and indicating a first violation the Policy.

Second Violation: In the event of a second positive test for substances prohibited by this Policy other than marijuana and alcohol, the WWE Talent shall be suspended for sixty (60) days, fined an amount equal to sixty (60) days, pay deducted from the WWE Talent’s downside guarantee on a weekly basis and WWE will publicly disclose the WWE Talent’s name and duration of the suspension and indicating a second violation the Policy.

Third Violation: In the event of a third positive test for substances prohibited by this Policy other than marijuana and alcohol, the WWE Talent’s contract with WWE will be terminated and WWE will publicly disclose the WWE Talent’s name and that WWE Talent’s contract was terminated for a third violation of the Policy.

Reigns, meanwhile, is getting lit up on social media.

Reigns has been heavily pushed as a "good guy" in the WWE, but fans have not embraced him. He was Vince McMahon's choice to be the new face of the company, but live attendance has dropped under Reigns as champion and fans have not seemed to warm up to the "Samoan John Cena."