WWE fans, a good morning to you on this dreary Monday.
The weekend posted its fair share of shocks, so there’s much to discuss in today’s round-up, with updates from the WWE leading the way.
Read on below for all the latest, watch the video above for the major headlines, and leave comments and thoughts in the box provided.
Daniel Bryan's omission
WWE fans are still reeling from the news that Daniel Bryan has been pulled from the show’s European Tour, with him no longer due to appear as a General Manager in November.
Despite being advertised as appearing, it’s now said that he’s been replaced by the legendary Ric Flair, which could point towards ongoing concerns over his recovery from long-term concussion issues.
Of course, it could instead mean that he’s going to make a wrestling comeback - remember there’s more emphasis on that given John Cena’s hiatus - but it looks to be case of waiting to see what will unfold.
Wyatt's medical issue
Meanwhile, Bray Wyatt required medical attention after being left with bleeding head wounds during this past weekend’s live event schedule.
Wyatt took part in a no disqualification match with Roman Reigns and was hit with a kendo stick that forced medical staff to look at him mid-way through the encounter.
Wyatt completed the match, and it’s assumed no lasting damage was done, but all the same it adds an extra element of excitement to the upcoming Hell In a Cell pay-per-view.
Cesaro in trouble
Lastly, Cesaro is in line to be handed a reduced role by the WWE, with the Swiss wrestler allegedly in the ‘doghouse’.
According to reports, the star has seen the plug pulled on the push to make him a big player in the organisation, with it speculated that he must have done something to annoy the powers that be who surround Vince McMahon.