Update On Bray Wyatt’s WWE Future, Luke Harper Tweets About His Current WWE Position

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Bray Wyatt’s WWE Future Is Seemingly Up In The Air

Bray Wyatt hasn’t been seen on WWE TV since August when he was sidelined due to injuries that he suffered in a car crash, the former WWE Champion made his return to the ring back in November but hasn’t been able to return to WWE in the months that have followed.

There have been some contradicting reports about the former Wyatt Family Patriarch, since many reports state that he isn’t cleared to make his return, while others claim his lack of TV time is due to the creative team’s lack of direction for his character.

WrestleVotes recently commented on Wyatt’s WWE status and confirmed that he is set to make his return to the ring in the coming months but right now it appears that his future is undecided since there are two paths that WWE could take.

Luke Harper Tweets About Current Position In WWE

Luke Harper hasn’t been seen on WWE TV since 2018 after he suffered a wrist injury that needed surgery. Interestingly, WWE didn’t use Luke Harper on SmackDown Live while Erick Rowan was recovering from injury but Rowan has been able to return to the show without Harper and pick up a feud alongside Daniel Bryan.

Harper is reportedly ready to make his return, but he is still yet to appear on WWE TV, which is why recent Tweets were believed to have been his real feelings when he was baited by Tyler Breeze.

Breeze Tweeted Harper to seemingly parody the recent Ronda Rousey/Becky Lynch Tweets and seemingly didn’t receive the response that he expected.

“Hey, @LukeHarperWWE I don’t care what’s supposed to happen next time I see you I’m gonna beat the sh*t outta you. #nice”

Harper’s response was to point out that it would be a much better threat if it was aimed at someone who was actually on WWE TV right now.

“You should pick someone on TV next time, b*tch.”

Both men have since taken to Twitter to point out that they were recently hacked, which has seemingly drawn a line under the whole thing.