Jaxson Ryker was last seen on WWE TV as part of the kick-off show for Money in the Bank back in May before he sent out a controversial Tweet regarding President Donald Trump.
Ryker reportedly gained nuclear backstage heat following the public message, and the company opted to take The Forgotten Sons off WWE TV while the dust settled.
This was said to be a trial to see how Ryker and Elias worked together so that Vince McMahon could make a decision regarding the star’s future.
This pairing must have gained the green light from the WWE Chairman since Ryker appeared on the main roster for the first time since May on this week’s episode of Raw.
The former NXT star was introduced by Elias before he then attacked several WWE stars including Akira Tozawa as he looked to reclaim the 24/7 Championship from R-Truth who interrupted the segment.
It appears that at least for now, Ryker has found a place for himself on Monday Night Raw alongside The Drifter.