After nearly a two-month absence from WWE, Bray Wyatt is rumored to be back on WWE television this next week’s edition of Monday Night Raw which is set to be air live from New Orleans. As per the previous reports, Bray Wyatt is going to be the last and seventh man for the Money in the Bank ladder match on June 19th. Bray is supposed to join the fray that already features the likes of Alberto Del Rio, Chris Jericho, Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, Dean Ambrose and Cesaro who have already qualified for the match.
Now adding fuel to the rumors of Bray Wyatt’s presence on this week’s Raw is a report from Allwrestlingnews.com which suggests that the Eater of the World has been medically cleared to compete inside the ring. Though the match which will decide the fate of the briefcase was initially advertised as a seven-man contest, it will feature only six if Bray is not being added to the mix this week.
Apart from the surprise entry of the leader of the Wyatt family, another report from the same source suggests that Luke Harper may cut all his connections from the flock and resume on his own upon return. The loyal member of the Wyatt family, Luke Harper is out of action due to a knee injury. Harper tore his medial patellofemoral ligament which will sideline him for at least five to six months. In between he made the most of his time off by doing a role in an upcoming movie called “Mohawk”.
Apart from him, there are certain talks of the mountain of a man Braun Strowman is also in talk to be established as a singles competitor which indicates the split of the strong Wyatt family.
Bray Wyatt was teased to feature in a championship feud with the WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Roman Reigns, post-Wrestlemania season. He got stuck after an injury and was out of action in the midst of WWE’s annual European tour. The calf injury occurred while facing off the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Roman Reigns in a match that was held in a live event in Milan, Italy. The match was held on the 13th of April and Bray had to head back towards the US immediately.