After being gone from WWE Television since Matt Hardy retired from professional wrestling, Bray Wyatt finally returned to the ring last night at a live event.
WWE is currently on its Holiday Tour, putting on stacked shows each night and in Columbus, Ohio, the Eater Of Worlds returned to face Baron Corbin, replacing John Cena.
Wyatt has been gone since August, having only made one in-ring appearance since then at the WWE Starrcade event, also against Corbin where he replaced the injured Braun Strowman.
Bray Wyatt returns to ring at @WWE #Raw Holiday tour stop in #WWEColumbus. Photo by Pete Kilmer. pic.twitter.com/zgoqkm6JMi
— PWInsider.com (@PWInsidercom) December 28, 2018
Cena is currently working on the SmackDown loop, having faced Daniel Bryan last night and it seems that Wyatt may have taken his spot on the Raw side, defeating the former Raw GM in a No Disqualification match.
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Despite rumors about a major character change, Wyatt performed with the same gimmick that he has done previously and it is still unknown when he will return to TV, but he is expected to be back in time for the road to WrestleMania 35.