WWE Rumors: Possible return plans for Bray Wyatt revealed

WWE Rumors: Possible return plans for Bray Wyatt revealed

The Wyatt Family has been out of television since Bray Wyatt went down with a calf injury at the Post-WrestleMania European Tour last April. According to the latest WWE rumors, Wyatt has been cleared to get back in the ring and here are some of the possible plans for his return.

The Wrestling Observer (h/t Cageside Seats) reported that the WWE medical staff has given clearance to Wyatt to return to action. He was rumored to be making his way back on television last Monday on Raw but it was just a tease.

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The Observer added that even though the current MITB Ladder Match already has six participants, the original idea was to have seven. They believe that Wyatt will be the final participant announced and it could happen next week when Raw is in New Orleans, Louisiana.

However, nothing has been confirmed as of the moment but there also many other options the Wyatts can make a great return to WWE TV. The Patriarch of The Wyatt Family has been teasing on Twitter that he’s going after the WWE World Heavyweight championship.

They could interfere during the title match between Roman Reigns vs. Seth Rollins to prolong that story. Forbes noted that The Wyatt Family could also start a feud with The Authority, Sami Zayn or Brock Lesnar.

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Wyatt suffered a bruised right calf in Milan, Italy after slipping in the ring apron. He was immediately ruled out for six to eight weeks while the rest of The Wyatt Family, Erick Rowan and Braun Strowman, were taken off television.

On the other hand, Luke Harper has been out since March when he dislocated his patella and tore the medial patellofemoral ligament in his right knee. The Wyatt Family will likely be completed towards the end of the year when Harper makes a full recovery.

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