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WWE: Big suspension news picked up by media outles, not good news has picked up our story regarding Michael Hayes suspension from WWE. This is NOT good news for WWE as it’s been picked up by a major media outlet and word will begin to spread fast. Hayes is going to be in some BIG trouble after this. We’ll see if he keeps his job.

Here is the story:

There’s no doubt that using the n-word is stupid — but allegedly using the n-word in front of a guy that’s over six-feet-tall, weighs nearly 400 pounds and calls himself "The World’s Strongest Man" is beyond idiotic. Enter WWE writer Michael Hayes.

TMZ has confirmed that Hayes, the head writer for WWE’s "Smackdown," has been suspended for 60 days — allegedly for using racist language in front of wrestler Mark Henry. Michael’s haymaker was supposedly thrown while out drinking at a party during the weekend of Wrestlemania, where reports say Hayes told Henry, "I’m more of a n—– than you are."

It’s unknown whether or not Hayes was subsequently hit in the face with a metal chair.

A rep for the WWE released this statement: "Due to inappropriate behavior, Michael Hayes was suspended for 60 days with no pay. In order to return to work, Michael Hayes will be required to undergo further evaluation."