WWE round-up: Rhyno returns on Monday Night Raw

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Rhyno returns

He’s been working with NXT for several months now, but it appears there are plans to bring Rhyno back to the big time.

The 40-year-old returned to the main roster on this week’s edition of RAW, joining Tommy Dreamer and The Dudley Boyz in their ongoing battle against the Wyatt family.

The ECW alumnus returned to the fold, taking part in a 16-man tag elimination match.

The League of Nations won that, but it’s good to have Rhyno back all the same.

Two more matches added to TLC

Elsewhere, two more matches have been added to the upcoming TLC pay-per-view this Sunday.

An eight-man elimination tables match between the Wyatt family and the aforesaid ECW originals will take place, as will a title match for Alberto Del Rio’s US championship between himself and Jack Swagger.

Lesnar to feature at Royal Rumble?

Lastly, Brock Lesnar could feature at the Royal Rumble event next year, with it said he might even be involved in the Royal Rumble match itself.

That comes from Cageside Seats, who imply that Lesnar could then, therefore, be included at WrestleMania 32. The WWE are desperately aiming to boost their ratings, so it would certainly make sense.

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