Retribution was missing in action at Sunday’s WWE Clash of Champions pay-per-view event. At the time, there was speculation about why the group wasn’t on the show.
There were rumors that they had not been deemed medically cleared. Then Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet reported that all 5 members of Retribution have tested negative for COVID-19. To be safe, they will have to quarantine for two weeks as they were around someone who tested positive for the virus.
T-Bar took to Twitter where he reacted to negative reactions from fans about the news that people potentially exposed to COVID-19. He wrote the following:
“If your response to the news that people were potentially exposed to COVID-19 was “Good” then you should probably reassess your morals as a human being.”
If your response to the news that people were potentially exposed to COVID-19 was “Good” then you should probably reassess your morals as a human being.
— T-BAR (@TBARRetribution) September 29, 2020
During Monday’s episode of Raw, WWE did have Retribution’s presence felt. There was a video package recapping their actions up to this point. The company also had the lights flickered and their logo shown during a six-man tag team match that saw the Hurt Business against Apollo Crews, Ricochet, and Mustafa Ali.