Could 3-Time World Champion Make a Return at Money in the Bank as the Leader of The Judgment Day?

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In the world of wrestling, whispers of a former champion’s return are making the rounds. This individual, a three-time world champion, is rumored to make a comeback at a high-stakes match in London on July 1st.

The individual in question is none other than Bray Wyatt. Known as the Eater of Worlds, Wyatt is rumored to make his return at Money in the Bank. The 36-year-old could potentially align with The Judgment Day, possibly influencing the outcome of Seth Rollins’ World Heavyweight Championship match against Finn Balor.

Speculation is rife that WWE might hint at Wyatt’s presence at Money in the Bank by dropping White Rabbit Easter Eggs or skulls, similar to what was done on RAW this past Monday. Wyatt’s symbolic presence could also aid Dominik Mysterio and Damian Priest in their respective matches.

Wyatt has been absent from the wrestling scene since the buildup to WrestleMania 39, where he was slated to face Bobby Lashley. A match with Wyatt was even proposed to Brock Lesnar, but the Beast reportedly declined the offer.

In related news, Bobby Lashley made a surprise return to WWE at a house show on June 17, after weeks of absence. Lashley won his return match against Karrion Kross. His last appearance was on the May 12, 2022, episode of WWE SmackDown.

The Judgment Day could potentially benefit from Wyatt’s return to strengthen the faction. The group has been hinting at the addition of new members on RAW for several weeks. It remains to be seen if Triple H will add new members to the top stable on the red brand.

As of now, all but one member of The Judgment Day are scheduled to compete at Money in the Bank in London next Saturday. Damian Priest will be part of the namesake ladder match for the briefcase, having defeated Matt Riddle to secure his spot. Dominik Mysterio will face Cody Rhodes, and Finn Balor will go up against Seth Rollins in a rematch seven years in the making. The outcome of these matches, and the potential impact of Wyatt’s rumored return, remains to be seen.