Luke Harper could return to WWE TV soon

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Luke Harper hasn't been seen in the WWE for a couple of months now, but his return could be on the horizon.

The WWE superstar has been out of action since he suffered a knee injury during a Raw dark match back in March earlier this year. He had torn his ACL and was expected to be on the sidelines for six months. 

Due to his injury, the former member of The Wyatt Family was not drafted to the Raw or SmackDown rosters, but according to reports, he could be making his way back to the ring and onto one of those shows very soon.


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A report by NoDQ says: "According to PWInsider.com, Luke Harper is expected to be going to the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida this coming week to get his knee checked out by WWE doctors. If Harper gets cleared, then he could return to WWE TV in the near future."

This is great news for the WWE as not only does it mean the return of Harper, but also means the return of a superstar which the company trusts and believes in.

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Harper won the Intercontinental Championship back in late 2014 and at the moment, this is his only title on the main roster to date. However, many fans and critics alike believe he was one of the best members of The Wyatt Family and another push as a singles competitor could be coming soon.

Harper would easily be great competition for either Rusev and his United States Championship on Raw, or The Miz and his Intercontinental Championship on SmackDown upon his return to the WWE. Once he returns, it shouldn't be long until he wins a title once more.

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