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WWE reportedly plans to bring Bray Wyatt and Alexa Bliss back together

It appears the WWE is keeping Alexa Bliss off of WWE Television for now until Bray Wyatt can recover from whatever is physically preventing him from performing.

Alexa Bliss and Bray Wyatt's partnership resulted in some of the most entertaining promos at a time when the WWE struggled to pull in audiences.

Bray Wyatt and Alexa Bliss have missed WWE programming for a while and weren't included in the most recent WWE Draft. As a result, fans are wondering if the WWE ever plans on using them again. And, as it turns out, there's a storyline already in place that includes both former partners for whenever Wyatt comes back.

Here's what Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio speculated about the future of Wyatt and Bliss:

There was nothing on Bray Wyatt whatsoever, and not just him, but nothing on Alexa Bliss either, and Alexa Bliss is ready to return. So, that tells me that they have plans for Alexa Bliss and Bray Wyatt together, because if they didn't have plans for them together, then Alexa Bliss would have been back, and she would have been drafted and she was not.

The last time we saw Bliss, the WWE was preparing to bring her and Wyatt together for another storyline run after losing to Bianca Belair at the Royal Rumble. Uncle Rowdy confronted Bliss following the match, but that's been it so far.

It's worth noting that Wyatt and Bliss had a successful run that "ended" after the two went their separate ways and WWE let Wyatt go in July 2021.

Alexa Bliss' next title shot will have to come against Rhea Ripley unless she switches brands.

Unfortunately, it's unclear what the WWE has planned outside of this, especially for Bliss, who's extremely popular. She has a combined total of five Women's Championship reigns and is the second Women's Triple Crown Champion. Previously, she was the top contender for Belair's belt. Belair has since essentially swapped places with Rhea Ripley after she was drafted to SmackDown while Ripley was drafted to RAW.

Both Wyatt and Bliss are technically still signed to the RAW brand, so it'll be interesting to see what Triple H and Wyatt's new writer is planning for the pair.

Is the WWE planning to pit Wyatt and Bliss against Judgement Day? A shared supernatural natural element between both teams can make it work. But, Wyatt has said before that he has already retired his "The Fiend" persona, so it'll probably have to be "Uncle Howdy" who goes up against, quite possibly, The Demon at a PPV event in this hypothetical future. Of course, this is all speculation. There's nothing indicating that Judgement Day's feud against Latino World Order is ending anytime soon.

An Uncle Howdy vs The Demon match at a PPV wouldn't be half-bad if we're being honest.

Perhaps we'll get an answer to this soon, possibly after WWE Backlash. Until then, we'll have to keep a close eye on the WWE until Wyatt returns.

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