Summer Slam is two weeks away and the match card is really beginning to take shape with tonight's episode of RAW providing another big feud.
It was confirmed earlier on Monday that former Intercontinental and WWE World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan was to make his return to RAW.
In his home state of Washington, Bryan made his return by appearing on Miz TV with his former mentor.
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The crowd in Seattle was raucous for their home state star who has been largely absent from the WWE over the last two years.
Bryan has been out injured for several months now with rumours of his wrestling career being over never being far from the headlines.
But he returned tonight and despite only providing a health update that he isn't medically cleared to wrestle, the Miz TV segment gave us a lot more than expected.
When the Miz brought up the Intercontinental Championship and his opinion that current champion Ryback should just forfeit the title and give it to him, the Big Show decided to make his presence known.
After Big Show began to get angry at the crowd, he claimed that they should find someone to make him retire.
That was when Ryback himself emerged after being absent for several weeks with a severe knee injury and he would march straight to the ring.
What happened next saw the three men involved in the triple threat match at Summer Slam brawl and it ended with the Intercontinental champion standing tall.
Both Bryan and Ryback would stand tall as the crowd continued to cheer their two most popular stars.
A big night in summer
Summer Slam's match card is filling up quickly and it beginning to look like an event which is not to be missed.
The main event is 16 months in the making as the Undertaker and Brock Lesnar will go head to head for the third time on the big stage.
Along with the expected joint WWE World Heavyweight and United States Championship match between John Cena and Seth Rollins, it should really be a night to remember.
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