Another Sign Ex-WWE Star On Verge Of Return

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It seems one former WWE star is on the verge of a return to the company they last competed for in 2020.

During the Bray Wyatt documentary that premiered on April 1st, it was teased that Uncle Howdy — also known as Bo Dallas, would be heading back to WWE. The star had been working with real-life brother Wyatt before his untimely death in August 2023.

Dallas re-joined WWE to portray the Uncle Howdy character in late 2022 and has remained under contract since.

During the April 8th episode of Monday Night Raw, the lights went out in the arena as a short snippet of the song “Nightbird” by Marti Amado played. The lights came back on as the music ended and it wasn’t referenced again. Elsewhere, during a Bronson Reed promo, there was a static glitch before the message “Hello” popped up on the screen.

On the following edition of SmackDown, “Nightbird” was played again, and later in the show, there was an on-screen glitch during the match between Bianca Belair & Jade Cargill vs. Chelsea Green & Piper Niven. This time the message read “You forgot about us.”

But it seems if Bo Dallas is returning to WWE television in the near future he may have a familiar face by his side. “New contractual obligations” led to ex-WWE star Erick Rowan pulling out of an independent show and many believe this is a sign that he is on his way back to the company he left in 2020.

Another Sign Erick Rowan Is On His Way Back To WWE

PWInsider has now added fuel to that fire reporting that Rowan was seen during the previous week in Pittsburgh which is where WWE stars go to be medically cleared to compete for the company.

Rowan is best known as a member of the original Wyatt Family alongside Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper. Sadly Rowan is the last surviving member of that original trio as Wyatt died in August 2023 while Harper, better known as AEW’s Brodie Lee passed away in December 2020 following a battle with lung disease.