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UPDATED: News On When Roman Reigns & Bray Wyatt Will Be Re-Evaluated, WWE Still Fears Others Becoming Ill

October 23, 2017 | Posted by Larry Csonka
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UPDATED: Pro Wrestling Sheet reports that Roman Reigns is currently scheduled to return to WWE shortly before Survivor Series. If WWE decides to not involve him in any Survivor Series storylines, he may be kept off TV until after that show.

It remains to be seen what WWE does with the Shield reunion which they were unable to deliver on at WWE TLC.

ORIGINAL: According to Dave Meltzer and Wrestling Observer Radio (via wrestlinginc.com), here is the latest on Bray Wyatt and Roman Reigns. The two were pulled from Sunday’s TLC PPV due to health issues; Reigns has the mumps and said he and the other infected superstars (Wyatt and Dallas) will be re-evaluated on October 30th.

The rest of the locker room got shots on Thursday to prevent the issue spreading, but Meltzer said there is still a fear within the company that more superstars could contract the illness. Mumps symptoms usually take 16-18 days to appear and then the infection usually takes several days to a week to disappear. At this time, there’s no timetable for Roman Reigns, Bo Dallas, and Bray Wyatt to return.

At this time, it is unknown if any Smackdown superstars were tested for the infection or if the virus was isolated on the Raw brand.