Whatever happened to Bret Hart? He was touring with WWE earlier this year but is now nowhere to be found.
Bret Hart still has a good relationship with WWE but does not have a recurring role on television. While Bret is a WWE Hall of Famer and a Legend, he’s limited in what he can do because he cannot compete. I criticized WWE earlier this year for the way they used Hart, not making a “big enough deal” about him appearing. When Bret finally returned to WWE TV in 2010 it was monumental but the use of him lately is more like seeing someone such as Sgt. Slaughter on TV. Any appearance of Hart should be heavily promoted and portrayed as something extraordinary.
What is the real reason Brodus Clay has had his debut bumped from Raw Supershow?
Brodus Clay has fallen victim to numerous show re-writes that have delayed his return on Raw Supershow. Brodus might have gotten himself in some trouble on Monday when he wrote on Twitter he was going to destroy John Morrison but later deleted it. Either WWE officials got upset he leaked the storyline on Twitter or changed the storyline by having The Miz take care of Morrison.
Whatever happened to Layla?
Layla has been out with a torn ACL and MCL in her knee. She underwent surgery in late May and has been rehabbing ever since. Layla did make an appearance at Florida Championship Wrestling last month and should be close to returning.
Why is Sheamus reserved to competing against mid-carders?
WWE is in the process of re-building Sheamus. He was pushed to the moon upon his debut on WWE TV but softened over the years. Transitioning from heel to babyface, WWE is once again planning a push for him. He hasn’t worked against all mid-card talent as he just completed programs with Mark Henry and Christian.
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