Bray Wyatt WWE return: Positive update on sensational comeback

Bray Wyatt could be brought back to WWE

Bray Wyatt is said to be “likely” returning to WWE now that Triple H has been appointed Head of Creative.

Now that Vince McMahon has retired, several released WWE Superstars have been brought back over the last couple of weeks, including Karrion Kross, Dexter Lumis and Dakota Kai.

Some even bigger names are expected to be back soon, with Johnny Gargano, Sasha Banks and Naomi all expected to return over the next few weeks.

And now, a new report has offered an update on the rumours that Bray Wyatt is one of the ex-WWE stars who will be making a comeback soon.

Wade Keller of PWTorch has reported that the belief is that Wyatt is “likely” going to be back in WWE in the near future, which would be a huge coup for the company, as aggrogated by WrestleTalk.

On that note, Fightful also reported last week that higher-ups they’ve spoken to within WWE are of the belief that Bray is now more likely to return than he was under the previous regime.

As for the reasons why Wyatt’s return is now more likely, a recent report has claimed that Vince McMahon relationship with the 35-year-old was massively broken.

In fact, the pair’s relationship was so bad that the ex-WWE CEO would even throw derogatory comments around about Wyatt’s weight, which you can read more about by clicking here.

Bray Wyatt could be on his way back to WWE
Bray Wyatt could be on his way back to WWE

There is no word on when Wyatt is expected to be back on WWE TV, but a return could happen as soon as tonight’s episode of Monday Night Raw.

Reports state that Triple H is not expected to slow down when it comes to bringing back ex-WWE talent, so seeing Wyatt on tonight’s show could very well happen.

There has been a top return on almost every show that Triple H has put on since SummerSlam on July 30, and it remains to be seen whether or not WWE will look to continue that trend tonight.

For more news on Bray Wyatt’s reported return to WWE, and any updates on what the future could hold for him when he eventually lands back in the company, make sure you stay tuned to GiveMeSport over the coming days.

You can watch tonight’s episode of Monday Night Raw live in the US on the USA Network and in the UK on BT Sport.

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