The next month could be seen as the one that will shape the WWE for the remainder of 2016 as several big names are set to return.
With Bray Wyatt teasing an appearance in the Money in the Bank ladder match and John Cena confirming his return for the Memorial Day edition of RAW, June should be a big month for WWE.
A familiar face returning
With Cena coming back, Wyatt due to appear and the Money in the Bank ladder match imminent, the WWE World Heavyweight Championship picture is about to get a lot more interesting.
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But arguably the most anticipated event of the next month will be the return of the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins.
Rollins has been out injured with a knee injury for several months now and his return has been long anticipated.
There have been countless fan theories about how the WWE may choose to book Rollins upon his return, but it looks like they have finally decided.
The Architect was the top heel on the roster before his injury and it looks like he is set to take up the same role upon his return.
With a roster that is packed with face characters, a good heel is certainly required and Rollins would be just that.
After being forced to forfeit the WWE World Heavyweight Championship due to his injury, Rollins could be about to enter the main event picture straight away.
If Rollins is returning to chase after the title that he never lost, could that mean one thing for this Sunday's Extreme Rules event?
A new champion?
The current feud between AJ Styles and Roman Reigns has brought a lot of interest back to the championship.
With Reigns currently playing the role of the heel superstar without actually doing anything to earn that role, would the WWE risk putting him against Rollins?
If they wish to establish Rollins as a top heel superstar, could a clash with arguably the biggest face on the roster in Styles be best for business?