Despite being involved in a 3-car head-on car accident last week, Bray Wyatt returned to action at the WWE live event at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on Friday.
Wyatt and Matt Hardy retained the Raw Tag Team Championship in a Triple Threat Match that also featured The B-Team (Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel) and Titus Worldwide (Titus O’Neil and Apollo Crews).
TMZ reported earlier this week that Wyatt was cited for careless driving and WWE reported that he suffered multiple injuries. Thankfully, those injuries were apparently not serious. A fan on Twitter noted that the match was short but Wyatt was moving around fine.
Wyatt and Hardy are scheduled to be at Raw on Monday and will defend the Raw Tag Team Championship at Extreme Rules on July 15.
Relatively short (or felt like it), but the Deleters of Worlds retained. Bray DID see action. Outwardly looks fine and was moving pretty well. A delightful defense. #WWEPhilly pic.twitter.com/eNZZBRt38t
— Pierce (@PierceAH66) July 7, 2018