Possible Reason Why Bray Wyatt Is Still Yet To Return, The Usos Could Still Win Tag Team Championships At Elimination Chamber

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Bray Wyatt Is Still Yet To Be Cleared For A Return

Bray Wyatt returned to WWE at Starrcade last year after a few months on the sidelines when WWE gave him time away from the ring to heal from the injuries that he sustained as part of a car accident in the summer of 2018.

Despite being used as part of the live event, this didn’t lead to a return for the former WWE Champion on WWE TV.

Even though many believed that Wyatt would return at the Royal Rumble he is still yet to make any kind of return to WWE TV and PWInsider is now reporting that this is because Wyatt is still yet to be medically cleared by WWE.

“Bray Wyatt is said to be very close to a return to the ring. We are told he is hoping to be medically cleared by WWE very soon,” via Ringsidenews.

The specifics of Wyatt’s injury haven’t been revealed, but it appears that it’s something that shouldn’t keep him sidelined for much longer.

Luke Harper is also awaiting his return to the ring but is reportedly getting closer every week, which means that Wyatt and Harper could make their return to the ring together in the future.

The Usos Could Still Win The Tag Team Championships At Elimination Chamber

Jimmy Uso was arrested last night after an altercation with the police when his wife Naomi was pulled over for driving on the wrong side of the road.

This has come at the worst time for Jimmy since he and his brother Jey will be looking to lift the SmackDown Tag Team Championships on Sunday night when they take on The Miz and Shane McMahon.

Many of the WWE Universe believe that this could hinder The Usos’ chances of winning back the Tag Team Championships at Elimination Chamber, but Bryan Alvarez of The Wrestling Observer believes that WWE still could give The Usos the titles to prevent them heading over to All Elite Wrestling.

“I think you’ll be surprised because The Usos’ contracts are coming up here in a few months and the company doesn’t want them going to AEW. So I wouldn’t be surprised if The Usos won the titles quite frankly,” he said via Ringsidenews.