Former WWE Champion Released Due To Medical Issues, Spoiler On Brock Lesnar Return, Multiple Exits Could Happen Under Triple H

Welcome to the latest edition of our weekly rumor roundup, where we’ll take a look at the top rumors from around the world of WWE.

Members of the WWE Universe have tapped into their Sherlock Holmes side to investigate all the subtle clues that are teased as part of the “White Rabbit” shtick.

We have a report on the same which reveals the behind-the-scenes update on the person behind it all. We’ll also be looking at current plans for a major return to Crown Jewel.

Additionally, new details have surfaced regarding the release of a fan-favorite.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at the top WWE rumors from the past week. Be sure to let us know your thoughts and feedback on this in the comments section below.

#5. Potential spoiler for Brock Lesnar’s return to WWE

Bobby Lashley vs. Brock Lesnar ll for the *US Title at WWE Crown Jewel 2022. Plus, you add major elevation and prominence to the title with two big names on a big show, a no-brainer. Run it back please, @TripleH.

Brock Lesnar was last seen in a WWE ring at SummerSlam 2022, where he lost a brutal Last Man Standing match to Roman Reigns. He has since been on hiatus without confirmation of a return date.

Xero News has now announced that The Beast Incarnate is set to return next month in October. Although no date has been revealed, Lesnar is expected to return to set up a match with rival and current United States Champion Bobby Lashley at Crown Jewel 2022.

#4. WWE Releases Could Happen Under Triple H

Since becoming the Chief Creative Officer, Triple H has made several changes and also brought back some big names that came out. However, that doesn’t mean there won’t be any more releases in the company under Triple H.

Dave Meltzer reported in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that under a new NXT doctrine, stars would have two years to prove they are TV ready or they will be released.

“There is also a doctrine in NXT, it was said to be a new rule, but it may be a strong recommendation instead of a hard rule, that everyone who is signed from now, as well as those who started have two years to get “good enough” to do NXT television or they’ll be cut,” Meltzer revealed. “It’s been noted that a lot of people right now are ‘on the clock,'” he added.

Much of the current Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown roster is made up of NXT graduates. The company is also reportedly looking to replicate similar success with its newly signed wrestlers.

#3. Behind-the-Scenes Update on “White Rabbit” Teasers

“White Rabbit” teases and Easter eggs have taken the WWE Universe by storm as fans are intrigued by the mysterious and cryptic hints. A majority of the fan base is convinced that the teases are indeed for the return of former Universal Champion Bray Wyatt.

According to WrestleVotes, everyone backstage is deprived of the identity of the “White Rabbit”, but their source suspects it’s for Bray Wyatt.

“Asked to a source about the deal with White Rabbit, the source said that while he suspected Bray Wyatt, he said he was ‘hidden’ from everyone. WWE may have taken an interest in this. meaningful, without it being a ‘TV script’ & they would like to keep it as quiet as possible,” WrestleVotes reported.

Bray Wyatt’s return to WWE would be a huge moment as fans wanted to see him again, especially with Triple H now in charge, which would give him more creative freedom.

#2. Randy Orton and WWE 2K Legal Issues Update

14-time world champion Randy Orton is currently out of action recovering from an injury. He was having a great run before getting injured, teaming up with Riddle on Monday Night RAW as RK-Bro.

Orton has been embroiled in a WWE 2K video game controversy as his tattoo artist, Catherine Alexander, tried to sue the company for infringing on her copyright by featuring Orton’s tattoos in 2018.

According to an update from PWInsider, a preliminary hearing that has been repeatedly canceled due to COVID-19 finally took place on September 19. Unless there are last minute changes, the trial is scheduled to start on September 26.

#1. Vince McMahon reportedly releases former world champion over medical clearance issues

That FCW promo I referenced that ends with Bray Wyatt saying “Come With Me” and singing on beat… is also about killing his dad.…

As mentioned above, Bray Wyatt recently made headlines for the “White Rabbit” tease. He was released by WWE in July last year, much to the shock and outrage of fans.

While his release was initially seen as a “budget cut”, more details have since come to light.

Bryan Alvarez recently reported on Wrestling Observer Live that a major factor in Bray Wyatt being fired from WWE was his issue with being cleared to compete. He added that he did not know if the problem had been solved or not.

Fans are excited to see if all that “White Rabbit” tease will finally lead to Bray Wyatt’s long-awaited return. Judging by recent reports, Wyatt’s comeback feels more like a “when” question than an “if” question.

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