In the last week, the WWE has dropped some real bombs inside its shows that have electrified the fans who arrived for the occasion in its arenas, after more than a year of shows held indoors, with the sole help of the ThunderDome.
In fact, the various Bill Goldberg, John Cena, Keith Lee or the various athletes who made their debut on the main roster, such as Karrion Kross in the latest episode of Monday Night Raw, took care of all the members of the WWE Universe jumping from their seats.
As a last icing on the cake, then, WWE has seen fit to have Nikki ASH cash in her briefcase immediately, thus making her become the new absolute champion of Monday Night Raw, just over 24 hours ago. But the appeal is still missing a great character who has been one of the most discussed in recent years within the WWE.
In fact, we are talking about Bray Wyatt, who now brings the character of the Fiend to the stage and who is missing from the rings of the Stamford-based company since the April edition of WrestleMania. Apparently, the initial reasons that had prompted WWE to oust Bray Wyatt from the scene, was to be found in a very delicate psychological situation of the athlete, who was very shaken by the decidedly premature death of his friend and colleague Luke Harper aka Brodie Lee, who died at the end of last year due to a lung disease.
Bray Wyatt has been away from WWE television for over three months now
Apparently, after such news, nothing would have emerged on the Wyatt issue, until yesterday, when from the pages of the PW Insider, further news emerged regarding the former WWE and Universal Champion, with journalists who in fact revealed: "Some WWE sources who remain anonymous confirm that the circumstances behind the idea that is keeping Wyatt out of the WWE scene have a specific reason.
The general thought is that there is no creative problem with him." Apparently, WWE, therefore, has no booking problems for its former Monday Night Raw champion, with the athlete with the disguised alter ego who would then still some unspecified problems to return to the scene and it is not known how long this situation will be.
With the return on the road, WWE may also have decided to dose the returns a little at a time, keeping Wyatt's for an event later in the future, so as not to fire all the cartridges together. It should be noted that last month, WWE was advertising The Fiend to appear on the August 9th episode of Monday Night RAW.
This would be a couple of weeks before WWE SummerSlam 2021. There are no updates on that yet and it is to be seen whether Wyatt returns in time for a SummerSlam match.