WWE News: Bray Wyatt makes in-ring return after battling meningitis
What's the story?
Following a battle with viral meningitis, Bray Wyatt made his month-long return to the ring at WWE's recent live event in Glasgow, Scotland.
In case you didn't know...
Back in October, it was revealed that Wyatt — who at the time was working a programme with Finn Balor — was off TV due to reportedly suffering from Viral Meningitis. Along with Wyatt, WWE ring announcer Jojo Offerman and Wyatt's real-life brother Bo Dallas were also off TV due to suffering the same illness. Fellow WWE Superstar Roman Reigns also missed TV due to Viral Meningitis.
"The Eater of the Worlds" was supposed to culminate his rivalry with Finn Balor at TLC. However, his absence led to a change of plans and Balor instead faced SmackDown's AJ Styles.
The heart of the matter
Wyatt returned to the ring at WWE's live event in Glasgow, Scotland. He teamed-up with Sheamus & Cesaro to take on the forces of Triple H, Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose in a Six-Man Tag Team Match. The match ended with Wyatt's team taking the fall.
It was also previously reported that Wyatt was backstage at this past Monday's RAW, but wasn't involved in any storyline.
Presently, nothing has been revealed regarding Wyatt's future storyline engagements.
It's great to see Wyatt back in the ring. Before completely going-off TV, Wyatt was in a segment portraying the role of Sister Abigail, which was instantly laughed-off by the fans. Thus, we hope that upon his return to TV, he gets attached to a suitable storyline and gains back the spotlight he rightly deserves.