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Bray Wyatt has teased his return to WWE television after a number of cryptic tweets

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If there's a superstar on the current WWE roster whose potential was wasted very early in his career, it has to be Bray Wyatt.

After a stint as 'Husky Harris' on the main roster in the Nexus faction, Wyatt returned to developmental and worked on the character that debuted in 2013, and had tons of momentum.

Wyatt and his 'family' - Luke Harper and Erick Rowan - engaged in feuds with Daniel Bryan and The Shield, but things took a turn when Wyatt took on John Cena at WrestleMania 30.

Many thought the feud 'buried' the Eater of Worlds, with Cena actually trapping Wyatt under equipment cases in a Last Man Standing bout to win the feud in 2014.

Despite many promising-looking rivalries with the likes of Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, The Undertaker and Randy Orton, they've all left a lot to be desired.

Wyatt did though win his first WWE Championship last year, but it was only a brief run as he dropped the belt to Orton at WrestleMania, before feuding with Finn Balor and then Matt Hardy.

After undergoing a character shift earlier this year by aligning himself with the 'Broken' Hardy, Wyatt has been missing from television since the August 13 episode of Raw, which was also Hardy's last - and probably final match in a WWE ring.

Bray Wyatt has been absent from Raw for two months now, but after a series of cryptic tweets, his return may be just around the corner.

But how many times can you push the reset button on one man? Well, it seems company officials may be about to do it once again.

On September 6, Wyatt tweeted: "I’m going away now. To find myself. But when I am back, I want you all to remember things like this, that make me do the things I do," in a response to the WWE not including the Family on their top 10 greatest factions ever.

That would be his last tweet for well-over a month, and now the New Face of Fear has returned to the platform with some rather-odd ramblings.

It's pretty difficult to deconstruct what Wyatt is actually alluding to, but it seems like the next time Wyatt appears on our screens, it will be a more vicious side to him we've ever seen before.

It would be a welcome return anyway, as the pairing with Hardy was pretty stagnant by the end of their run - and Raw could do with a fresh Wyatt monster heel run to inject some life into the main event scene.

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