It seems like a life time ago when former Intercontinental Champion Bad News Barrett was injured and forced to leave the WWE for a few months.
Since Battleground the feud between the Miz and Dolph Ziggler has consumed the title and has gotten quite ridiculous in recent weeks.
Each star now has their own stunt double with the recent appearances of Damian Mizdow and the first appearance of R-Ziggler on RAW.
Barrett was right in the middle of a push by the WWE as he was certainly climbing the ranks after winning the title.
Well now everyone's favourite bad news correspondent has been speaking about his return to the ring.
Speaking with sportskeeda.com Barrett revealed his first possible return date to be sometime in December.
He said: "I'm going through my recovery phase right now. It has been great, I'm feeling great."
When later asked about his recovery process, Barrett says "It has been tough since you have to start from scratch, you have to regain your strength. I have been injured before, and it is just part of the game."
Barrett was injured during an altercation with the Real American Jack Swagger where he thrown into one of the railings surrounding the ring.
when asked about Swagger, Barrett said "he is a good guy himself, I don't really blame him for the injury.
"I don't blame him, but if I do get a chance I'm gonna hit him right away, just to be on the safer side."
Finally, when questioned about attempting to regain his Intercontinental Championship, he said "Since I didn't really lose the title, and was stripped off from it. I hope I'll come back and beat him [Dolph Ziggler] up."
Barrett on the debut of a WCW legend
It has been months of speculation surrounding WCW and TNA legend Sting, he has signed contracts with the WWE but is yet to make a debut with the company.
Many people have suspected Sting may face off against the Undertaker at WrestleMania XXXI but as of yet, nothing has happened.
When asked about Sting's debut, Barrett said: "I think it is almost inevitable that this is going to happen at some point. Who his opponent will be, I've no idea though.
"It would need to be a big, big match. I am a fan of his."
Barrett was filled with praise for the WCW legend and hopes to see him in the WWE someday but for now, his future remains unclear.