The WWE have been rocked by injuries in the past months, with John Cena and Seth Rollins only just having returned to WWE Monday Night Raw from shoulder and knee injuries, respectively.
Several other WWE superstars remain on the injured list, though, with Randy Orton, Neville and Luke Harper among the stars who are still a good few weeks and months away from making a return to the Squared Circle.
However, there is one currently injured WWE star who will be making a comeback soon - Bray Wyatt.
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According to a report from PW Insider, via Marc Middleton of Wrestling Inc, the leader of The Wyatt Family will be returning to wrestling next week.
"Bray Wyatt is scheduled to be back on the road with WWE next week, according to PWInsider," the report stated.
However, the report didn't specify whether or not Wyatt would be making an immediate return to the WWE Universe's respective television screens.
"No word yet on if he will be appearing live on RAW or at SmackDown next week but he is scheduled to return soon."
It is very likely that the WWE will be using a few house shows next week to try and get Wyatt back into in-ring condition. After being out of action for nearly two months, the 29-year-old will surely need some time to get fully fit and back into the swing of things.
While Wyatt has never been the most athletic performer on the WWE roster, he will still need to build up his fitness before he's allowed back in a ring on Monday Night Raw or SmackDown.
What's in Store
It remains to be seen what the WWE creative team do with Wyatt when he does return. Before his calf injury, which was suffered back in April during a match, Wyatt had actually been helping Roman Reigns and it seemed possible that the two could be teaming up as The Wyatt Family stopped The League of Nations from attacking Roman with the Bray and Reigns then tagging well together to defeat the LoN in a tag team match.
Wyatt has been active on Twitter during his time off as well, hinting again at the 'Sister Abigail' that he has spoken about so much.
Could we finally see something different for Bray Wyatt? Or will he just stay as the rambling promo guy who always loses in the big matches? We'll have to wait and see.
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