In the past few weeks the WWE Universe has been able to welcome back a number of big name Superstars into the fold.
With both Seth Rollins and John Cena returning to action after lengthy injury layoffs, the WWE's roster is looking stronger by the day.
And, as the countdown to next month's brand split continues, fans can expect another boost in the very near future after reports today confirmed Bray Wyatt's return to the WWE's squared circle is "imminent".
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Accordgin to Dave Meltzer of F4WOnline, via NoDQ, 'The Eater of Worlds' has been given the all clear by the medical team to compete again, meaning his near two-month absense is finally almost over.
Wyatt has been out of action since April 13 when, taking part in a singles match against Roman Reigns in Italy as part of the WWE's European tour, he suffered a calf injury.
Although it appeared inoccuous at the time - as footage shows - the injury was significant enough to see him pulled from remainder of the tour, and he's remained out ever since.
Back at the start of May, WWE CEO Vince McMahon hinted that Wyatt, alongside Cena, Rollins and Randy Orton, would all be back working "soon". If Meltzer's report is correct, by this time next week it could just be The Viper who fans are waiting on to return.
It is unclear exactly when Wyatt's comeback appearance will take place, but the Superstar's recent social media activity could offer up a hint.
The WWE's final RAW broadcast before the Money in the Bank pay-per-view on June 19 is coming from the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans. Could it prove the setting for Wyatt to reintroduce himself to the WWE Universe?
The 29-year-old's comeback will also be good news for the rest of The Wyatt Family.
Since Bray's injury, the entire stable has been kept off of WWE TV and, although Luke Harper will remain out with his own injury issues, it will be welcome news for Erick Rowan and Braun Strowman.
Just how the WWE plan to use the Wyatt's is anyone's guess, however. Just before their leader's injury in April, they appeared to have turned face as they embarked on a feud with The League of Nations.
With that stable now disbanded, who knows what is next for Bray and co.
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