Despite Matt Bloom denying the reports on twitter, several sources are reporting that the "Lord Tensai" teaser that aired during Monday Night RAW last night will eventually be revealed as Bloom's return to the company. Bloom, who wrestled under the gimmicks Prince Albert, Albert and A-Train in the WWE between 1999 and 2004, recently signed a contract to return to the WWE after WrestleMania 28. His gimmick upon return will be as a new henchman for John Laurinaitis and that he will be "pushed right to the top", according to F4WOnline.com. And from the looks of things Albert will be pushed with a reference to his time in Japan (where he has wrestled as 'Giant Bernard') with the Lord Tensai promo clearly referring to his time in Asia and seemingly suggesting his new ring name will be 'Lord Tensai". WWE Superstar Yoshi Tatsu wrote on Twitter that the letters seen on Lord Tensai's body in the teaser video were Japanese with Tensai meaning "a natural disaster or an act of God." A source close to Bloom has said that WWE had been interested in bringing him back to America for a while and with his wife recently having her baby and with him about to turn 40 years old, it made sense to return to the WWE.