– Despite a report last week by Dave Meltzer that Bray Wyatt is dealing with a “significant” back injury, the Wyatt Family leader continues to wrestle in multi-man matches at live events.
According to fan reports from this weekend’s live events, Bray was bumping around like normal and was even showing some babyface tendencies – taking pictures with fans at ringside and hyping up the crowd during his matches.
WWE will often test out gimmick changes at live shows, so this could be a sign of what’s to come.
– After announcing that he will not be competing at WrestleMania 32, John Cena continues to update fans on his recovery from shoulder surgery back in January.
Starting the week with 105th therapy visit, crossing the 350 hour mark. Doing all I can to get back to where I belong. @WWE #WrestleMania
— John Cena (@JohnCena) March 21, 2016