WWE: Ryback set to return on Monday Night Raw

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SummerSlam is now little more than a few weeks away and the biggest event of the Summer is starting to take shape.

One match that has already seemingly been set in stone for the Pay-Per-View is a triple-threat match for the Intercontinental Championship between the current holder Ryback, Big Show and The Miz.

The match was a tentative one, with Vince McMahon, Triple H and the rest of the Creative Team praying that Ryback would be healthy after his recent illness.


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Ryback's Return

"The Big Guy" suffered a gruesome looking staph infection just before the Battleground Pay-Per-View where the triple threat was originally supposed to take place. 

Well, according to a report from Marc Middleton of Wrestling Inc, Ryback is scheduled to return at tonight's edition of RAW in Washington.

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Thankfully, it seems like Ryback has managed to recover from this brutal looking infection, which he tweeted out a week ago.

Ryback being out has left Miz and Big Show to feud on their own in an angle that is fast becoming stale. Hopefully The Big Guy can finally put this feud to rest by retaining his Championship.

Unless the Creative Team spring a big change on us, it looks like The Miz is no longer involved in a potential tag match that would have included Stardust, Arrow actor Stephen Amell and Neville.

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