World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is under major threat these days from other competitors like All Elite Wrestling (AEW), Impact Wrestling, Ring of Honor (ROH), and New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW). AEW had it's very first PPV last month on May 25 which was named "Double or Nothing." It had some great matches like Kenny Omega vs. Chris Jericho, The Young Bucks vs. The Lucha Brothers Pentagon Jr. & Rey Fenix, Cody Rhodes vs. Dustin Rhodes, SoCal Uncensored vs. CIMA, T-Hawk & El Lindaman.

The event was a highly successful which had a surprise debut of former WWE star Dean Ambrose who is now called as Jon Moxley.

Since the debut of Jon Moxley in AEW, many superstars in WWE are reportedly thinking to not renew their contracts with WWE so that they can follow the footsteps of Jon Moxley.

Superstars want to leave WWE

According to the latest reports from Paul Davis, who writes for website, it appears that many wrestlers in WWE are unhappy and want to leave the company. This is what he wrote, "I talked to two WWE wrestlers this week, and both of them told me that they plan on leaving next year when their contracts expire. I was also told that there’s at least one wrestler who signed a new deal and now regrets it."

In addition to this, according to Dave Meltzer, many wrestlers are counting days in the company.

According to him, AEW's success has changed a lot of things in the world of wrestling. Chris Jericho recently had this to say on this issue, "I have heard from a lot of people who are working there saying, 'I can't wait to do my version in X amount of months."

Bray Wyatt's return to Raw

Bray Wyatt has recently returned to television tapings with his weird concept of "Firefly Funhouse." It is being loved by WWE universe as it is an unpredictable concept and every fan might be wondering where this concept would head to.

However, Bray is yet to make his return to the WWE ring.

According to a report by, "The Eater of Worlds" Bray Wyatt is scheduled to appear at Monday Night Raw this week at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Some of the major titles held by Bray Wyatt are WWE RAW Tag Team Championship (once), WWE Championship (once), WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship (once) and FCW Florida Tag Team Championship (twice).

Daniel Bryan on Raw this week

An official statement from WWE says, "SmackDown Tag Team Champion and “Planet’s Champion” Daniel Bryan has been chosen to be one of the four Wild Card Superstars to appear on Raw this coming Monday in Los Angeles."The former SmackDown General Manager has long been loyal to the blue brand, and since this Wild Card appearance is not by choice, one can only wonder what Bryan will have to say to the “fickle” WWE Universe on Raw."