Following the tragic death of WWE hall of famer Dusty Rhodes, his two sons Gold and Stardust have remained off of TV for a while.
Despite Stardust being backstage at RAW last week, the rumours are that the WWE want to keep him off of TV for a bit longer.
Superhero still coming?
Prior to his father's death, Stardust had become involved in a war of words with star of TV's Arrow, Stephen Amell.
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It had been rumoured for weeks that the two would become embroiled in a feud which would culminate in an epic showdown at Summer Slam in August.
However Stardust's absence had put those plans in jeopardy, or so it seemed however it now appears someone else could be set to step in to Stardust's shoes.
Amell attended Comic Con in San Diego in character as the Arrow and he cut a promo to the live crowd which caught the eye of one WWE star.
The Miz responded to the promo by Amell in a tweet which could be the start of a new war of words.
Miz could be set to head to head with Amell at Summer Slam in what would surely be a headline grabbing match.
The angle of a superhero versus a character like Stardust was very well received by the fans but only time will tell if the change to the Miz will be as popular.
A big night in Brooklyn
Summer Slam has moved from it's recent home of Los Angeles and will be taking place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York this year.
With the Beast incarnate confirmed for a match at the event, the other rumours around the show make it sound like a must see event.
Seth Rollins vs Triple H and Lesnar vs Roman Reigns are the highlight right now but who knows what will shape up ahead of the event.