The last 12 months have been memorable for several different reasons, we saw AJ Styles debut in WWE, Sting announced his retirement and this past week, it was announced that we will witness another roster split.
Arguably the biggest impact that the past 12 months have left on the WWE however is the long list of injuries that they are only just now starting to overcome.
Cesaro, Sting, John Cena and Seth Rollins are all stars who suffered long term injuries during 2015 and we are still waiting to see some of them enter the ring again.
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Seth Rollins made his return at the end of Extreme Rules on Sunday while Sting has since announced his retirement, John Cena returns this Monday on RAW.
Another star who has suffered a serious injury in the last year is Neville who injured his ankle on an episode of RAW in March.
The Man that Gravity Forgot has not been seen since that match against Chris Jericho and he could be set for a few more months on the sidelines.
No official return date has been announced for Neville, but he has been featured on the promotional material for WWE's upcoming tour.
Neville is being advertised for a show in the Philippines on September 9th - meaning that his return to WWE TV could come sooner than that.
If the WWE feel that Neville will be back by September, it could be possible that he could make an earlier appearance at this year's Summer Slam or perhaps the night after.
Missing his match?
We are only a few weeks away from the Money in the Bank ladder match where seven men will try to climb the ladder and seize a contract for a WWE World Heavyweight Championship match.
Given the nature of the match itself, it seems like it would be the perfect environment for Neville who will unfortunately miss this year's event.
Cesaro, Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, Chris Jericho and Dean Ambrose all qualified for the match on RAW leaving two spots open for two superstars to grab.