Robert Roode looks set to mount an imminent return to WWE television, reports WrestleVotes.
The news and rumours account tweeted the following on Monday night:-
Roode's comeback didn't go down on last night's episode of Raw, though the "next week or two" window means the above story is still in play.
Last active as a full-time WWE performer in March, Roode was removed from WWE programming at the onset of the global health crisis, which left him unable to travel from his native Canada. It was announced back in June that he and partner Dolph Ziggler had been traded from SmackDown to Raw, though 'The Glorious One' hasn't been seen since then. Finally, with Dolph active on Raw Underground, the former NXT Champion appears to be on his way back.
There's currently no word on whether or not Roode and Ziggler will resume their tag team, though the Raw division could use all the help it can get at the moment.
December 2019 saw Roode served with a 30-day suspension for violating the WWE Wellness Policy. He returned unhindered at the end of that, though he hasn't wrestled since 8 March at the time of writing.
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