Bray Wyatt, the leading face of the Wyatt Family, is back in harness and the "Eater of Worlds" competed in his first match alongside his minions at a live event.
Wyatt joined his team mates- Braun Strowman and Erick Rowan in a six-man tag match against Kane and the Usos in Syracuse, New York. Unfortunately Wyatt's return couldn't save his team losing the match against Kane and the Usos.
Nevertheless, it is never about the win–loss card as far as the Wyatt Family is concerned.
It is all about what comes next and raising the possibility of seeing him at WrestleMania 32, which will take place on April 3, Sunday.
The last time Wyatt was seen was during WWE Roadblock earlier this month. The match originally called for him to face Brock Lesnar but as everyone knows by now, there was a slight change in the setto.
Rather than Wyatt, it was Luke Harper who tangled with the "Beast" and it was here where injury speculations cropped up.
With Wyatt good to go, will he have a curious role in Dallas in a couple of weeks? Will he be involved in that street fight pitting Lesnar against Dean Ambrose?
One has to take into consideration that the match is a no disqualification match, so seeing Wyatt and his troops is now a big possibility.
Previous rumors reveal that it would have been a Wyatt vs. Lesnar feud leading to WrestleMania, but that alleged injury may have forced the hand of the creative team to follow a different route.
So with the WrestleMania 32 card already set, Wyatt could be the flavor added to the mix to re-ignite the feud. Wyatt could play a role in costing the "Beast Incarnate" a win over Ambrose. If not, the attack could happen right after the punishing street fight.
Right now, those are two possible scenarios, unless the WWE changes the card, which seems unlikely.