Injured superstar finally returns on RAW and joins the Wyatt Family

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The Wyatt family have reunited and have become a major force within the WWE once again despite their very new look.

New family member Braun Strowman has been an incredible force within the WWE and he made the group look all that much more formidable.

Return of the white sheep

The original Wyatt Family consisted of three members, Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper and Erick Rowan however the group would eventually disband and all take single's careers.


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When Harper reunited with Wyatt, many began wondering if Rowan would be rejoining the family once he returned from injury.

Well that answer was given to us tonight when he finally came back to RAW and made his decision known.

Rowan has now become the fourth member of the Wyatt Family as the group continues to grow in power.

On a personal note, Rowan must be somewhat disappointed with his return as he was granted the grand shocking entrance normally given to Wyatt Family members.

Simply standing behind Wyatt was a very tame way to be re-introduced to the WWE Universe but he made an impact regardless.

Rowan would return to action immediately as he was part of the main event which saw a Shield reunion of Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns take on the Wyatt Family.

One family still not whole

While the Wyatt family now have Rowan back, they were still missing one key member in their battle with the reunited Shield tonight.

Luke Harper was absent from RAW tonight without any real explanation, but no-one is really expecting him to have abandoned the group.

Some have speculated that Harper was missing for personal reasons.


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