From a WADA perspective worse I think. If it was a narcotic then he’s just facing whatever penalty the AFL hands out but if it’s sample tampering then I think he’s looking at a four year ban. Same as if he was doing a full lance armstrong.I think a few of them jumped the gun with the headlines, some have deleted them now.
IMO swapping urine and testing positive are just as bad as each other.
The best bit out your post for me Cleavy is the premise that WWE “started” taking drug testing seriously post the “wizinator”.they were saying on the news that the sample wasn't urine. that makes the case weirder.
I'm guessing the person isn't required to produce a sample while the tester watches due to privacy reasons.
I recall in WWE that the wrestlers used something called a "wizinator", essentially a fake penis that could hold urine, to pass tests. Once that was found out, they had to lift up their shirts and submit a sample with the tester present.