The WWE have had a terrible time of things with injuries lately, with so many superstars on the sidelines as WrestleMania 32 draws ever nearer.
Earlier this week, the high-flying sensation Neville suffered a broken ankle and shinbone as a result of a botched baseball slide which will see him be out of action for around three months.
And just today we heard the news that Bray Wyatt was suffering from some sort of "significant back problem" that forced him out of wrestling against Brock Lesnar in the Roadblock WWE Network special event. However, the injury isn't a long-term one as the WWE have some pretty big plans for Wyatt post-WrestleMania.
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Wyatt going for the Gold
According to a report from Dave Meltzer on today's edition of the Wrestling Observer Radio show, via NoDQ, Wyatt is going to be a busy boy after 'Mania with planned feuds against two of the biggest stars in the company.
Meltzer is saying that Bray is finally going to get to go up against Brock Lesnar as well as the future WWE Heavyweight Champion, Roman Reigns.
Wyatt was supposed to be facing 'The Beast Incarnate' at WrestleMania this year following Lesnar's elimination at the Royal Rumble at the hands of The Wyatt Family.
However, Brock was put in a (much better) feud with Dean Ambrose following the FastLane triple-threat that has lead to Lesnar and Ambrose - who has just been given Barbie by Mick Foley - having a street fight in front of 100,000 people at the AT&T Stadium to put an end to their feud.
Reigns vs Wyatt 2
And then there is Reigns, who won the aforementioned triple-threat match to earn the right to face Triple H for the WWE Championship he lost at the Royal Rumble, when Vince McMahon put the title up for grabs in the Rumble match itself.
Reigns is expected to beat Triple H to become the new champion and finally cement himself as the face of the WWE, which has been McMahon's plan for over two years now since the even before The Shield split up.
However, the fans still haven't taken to Reigns and he's getting booed by crowds in bigger arenas, and he likely will be at WrestleMania.
Wyatt and Reigns have already feuded, but it wasn't their constant matches last year weren't for the Championship. This time it is, which means Bray is finally coming for the gold after years of seemingly being content with just causing chaos in the WWE.