While WWE has its share of blame in the deaths of wrestling talents over the last two decades, it also deserves a strong share of credit for helping to clean it up. With free rehabilitation programs for any former talent no matter their current employer, they have put together a system that continues their quest for healthy talent and former talent while also continuing their place of dominance over the wrestling industry worldwide. And all of that's okay, because they're doing the right thing by their talent.
As to Hornswoggle, whether this is the end of Dylan Postl's WWE career is anyone's guess. He hasn't had a storyline since the Wee-LC match of last year, but serves as a major brand ambassador for the company. As a talent that could be valuable to another promotion should he be fired, it's likely he will continue to be employed by WWE for some time to come. Let's hope that whatever the Wellness Policy violation was in response to, he gets the help he needs to stay healthy. Because that's the most important thing for the stars we love to watch week after week.