Just over a month ago, Vince McMahon made a decision regarding a WWE Superstar which upset many fans of the company.
During what was an emotional episode of Monday Night Raw due to Daniel Bryan's retirement, one well-respected WWE wrestler held McMahon back in a playful fashion as he was leaving the stage.
The CEO of the company failed to see the funny side of Titus O'Neil's actions, however, and promptly punished one of the most harmless wrestlers on the roster.
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This caused a huge backlash from some members of the WWE Universe, who knew just as well as many of the employees at WWE that Titus O'Neil would not have meant any harm by this incident.
Ultimately, however, McMahon proved his dominance by issuing O'Neil with an initial 90-day suspension, which as since been reduced to 60 days.
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Despite McMahon understandably having the final say, the length of the punishment was something which was not understandable to WWE fans, who found it incredibly harsh.
As such, one way which McMahon, whether he is looking to or not, could get followers of WWE back on his side following the incident, would be to have O'Neil involved in a surprise return at WrestleMania 32 in some way.
As far-fetched as this may seem, O'Neil could merely be involved as a competitor in a multi-man match such as the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal.
This, in turn, would not place too much emphasis on McMahon backtracking on his word, but would have enough of an impact to please the WWE Universe greatly.
This idea is one which has even been supported by none other than WWE Hall Of Famer Scott Hall, who as Sports Keeda revealed, took to Twitter to air his view:
To which O'Neil respectuflly replied:
Although O'Neil all but confirmed he will not be attending the annual event, fans of WWE are more than aware that what WWE Superstars Tweet is not always set in stone.
As such, even if it may seem a long shot, the idea of an O'Neil return is one which is not only an easy option for WWE, but also one which would undoubtedly be seen as a respectful move by the company, in the eyes of WWE fans.
Realistically, WWE is a business which has often been criticised by many people of late, and a decision which was seen as wrongful being rectified would surely be a way to gain the backing and respect of many followers of the industry, once again.