The WWE have been on a roll recently in forcing their superstars to leave the ring for months at a time in order to star in WWE Studios movies.
Randy Orton was out of action for a couple of months towards the end of last year and at the start of 2015 as "injured" while he was filming for The Condemned 2: Desert Prey, while Dean Ambrose "went missing" after also being curb-stomped by Seth Rollins, exactly like Orton was, in order to film Lockdown.
In similar fashion, another superstar has finally returned after spending a terribly planned few weeks away from Television in order to shoot a movie.
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According to a report from Wrestling Inc, Dolph Ziggler made his return at a WWE Live Event in Vancouver, British Columbia on Sunday night.
Apparently, Ziggler appeared at the start of the show with a WWE Studios film crew, seemingly to film a scene for "6:42" - the film he's been working on. Ziggler was filmed going to a seat in the crowd and walking back as fans entered the arena.
Ziggler was in the middle of a program with himself and Lana in a feud with the 'Bulgarian Brute' Rusev and Summer Rae, before he was called away to take the lead role in the film, with fellow WWE star Kane also taking a role in it.
Well, when Dolph returned he got straight back into his feud, rushing out to the ring to confront Rusev and brawling with the big man, before leaving him lying on his back after hitting a Zig-Zag.
Both Lana and Ziggler reportedly got big pops and celebrated in the ring together before leaving the Canadian crowd happy.
The storyline between this four has gotten incredibly stale in Ziggler's absence. Hopefully it will now pickup - which it desperately needs to - in the run up to SummerSlam.