This time, WWE is not coming with bad news for the fans with injury season still continuing, but with some great news as we can look forward to seeing the main eventers back in action. As reported earlier, that Vince McMahon addressed how WWE was hit by a serious wave of injuries at the end of 2015 and forecasted about their return. The chairman of WWE mentioned that superstars Like Seth Rollins, Bray Wyatt, and Randy Orton are expected to return to in-ring action in June.
John Cena has already tweeted that he would return to the ring on the Memorial Day episode of RAW on 30th May, waving a breeze to the pro-wrestling fans. Now wrestlingINC.com reports that most likely the June 6 edition of Monday Night Raw from Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City will see Rollins, Wyatt and Orton returning to action. WWE wants to exhibit these superstars’ star power to the maximum and that’s why they have planned for their return just one week after the huge return of John Cena.

Though, the news also suggests that Bray Wyatt will not be featured in action after his immediate return but he will follow the fellow superstars in terms of return. WWE will look to use a full two-month span to hype up summer’s biggest event in August i.e. Summerslam.
Seth Rollins tore his ACL, PCL, and meniscus in a match against Kane at a live event in November last year. He then underwent reconstructive knee surgery. Randy Orton got injured on October 15, 2015, during a live event in Chicago and underwent a successful shoulder surgery whereas Bray Wyatt suffered a calf injury in a match against Roman Reigns during a live event in Milan, Italy. The high-flyer Neville, too, hurt his ankle during a match against Chris Jericho prior to Wrestlemania and eyeing a June return.

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