Eric Bischoff will appear at WWE Monday Night Raw's 25th anniversary special on January 22, according to PWInsider's Mike Johnson.
The former WCW mastermind, who served as the brand's on-screen general manager between 2002 and 2005, last worked for the company more than a decade ago.
Barring an appearance at last year's Hall of Fame ceremony - where he inducted Diamond Dallas Page - he has not been seen on WWE TV since the show's 15th anniversary in 2007.
Bischoff, 62, has spent much of the intervening time involved with TNA, where he held roles both in front of and behind the camera.
He will join the likes of The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall, all of whom are set to feature on January 22.
Some reports speculate that the show could also see Hulk Hogan return to the squared circle for the first time since he was publicly exiled from the business two years ago.
The event will be broadcast from two separate arenas in New York City, the Manhattan Center - which hosted the inaugural Raw in 1993 - and the Barclays Center.
It will be the go-home edition of the show ahead of the 2018 Royal Rumble.