3 Absent WWE stars who need to make a comeback for Clash at the Castle

Jimmy  Uso has been out since after WrestleMania 40 (Photo credit: WWE.com)
Jimmy Uso has been out since after WrestleMania 40 (Photo credit: WWE.com)

Clash at the Castle is WWE's next Premium Live Event. It will take place on June 15 when the promotion visits Glasgow, Scotland.

At the moment, World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest is scheduled to defend his title against Drew McIntyre, who will perform in his home country.

The rest of the match card has yet to be finalized, and we take a look at three superstars that should return to WWE during Clash at the Castle.

#3. Alexa Bliss can come back at Clash at the Castle

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Alexa Bliss has not appeared in WWE since January 2023, when she unsuccessfully challenged Bianca Belair for the RAW Women's Championship.

Bliss is on maternity leave, and it is unclear when she will return. WWE has teased her comeback several times since early April, but the former champion is still nowhere to be found.

With Charlotte Flair and Rhea Ripley currently out with injuries and Becky Lynch set to take time off as her contract expires, having Alexa Bliss back would be a major boost for the women's division, and what better way to bring her back than a Premium Live Event.

#2. Jimmy Uso

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Jimmy Uso has been out since the first episode of SmackDown after WrestleMania 40. He was attacked by Solo Sikoa and Tama Tonga and got kicked out of The Bloodline.

An injury, though, has sidelined him, and it is unclear when he will be back. Still, it would make sense for him to return in mid-June at the Clash at the Castle Premium Live Event, especially if the Bloodline gets involved.

He would set the stage for a feud with Sikoa, Tama Tonga, and Tonga Loa, which could be extended to the coming Premium Live Events.

It appears that Roman Reigns' rumored return later in the summer will feature a clash for The Bloodline's bragging rights. Should this happen, Jimmy Uso could play a key role, and having him back as early as Clash at the Castle would make sense for WWE.

#1. Uncle Howdy

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Uncle Howdy should return to WWE soon. The company has been teasing his comeback for weeks, but it is unclear when this will happen.

Howdy will return to create a new faction, the Wyatt 6, to honor the late Bray Wyatt, who passed away last August.

Other superstars, including Nikki Cross and Erick Rowan, should return along with Uncle Howdy. The same goes for Alexa Bliss, who was a key part of Bray Wyatt's last storyline in WWE, which also included Uncle Howdy.

The next couple of weeks will reveal more about the company's direction, but if Uncle Howdy returns at Clash at the Castle, we should expect the same with Alexa Bliss.

The presence of The Bloodline at Clash at the Castle will indicate Jimmy Uso's return to the Premium Live Event.

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