During Tuesday night's WWE SmackDown Live show, the Bludgeon Brothers made their in-ring wrestling debut, prompting their former leader Bray Wyatt to post a heartbreaking Tweet.
In case you didn't know, the Bludgeon Brothers are Wyatt family members Erick Rowan and Luke Harper. You can check out their long intro below as well as some of the match.
The Bludgeon Brothers didn't have a problem taking care of the Hype Bros, which feature Zack Ryder and Mojo Rawley.
Harper ended up tossing Ryder into the steel steps. Then the renewed duo were able to easily take care of Rawley and get their first tag-team win. After the match, Bray Wyatt posted the following message on Twitter.
Come home....— Bray Wyatt (@WWEBrayWyatt) November 22, 2017
You have to feel bad for Wyatt, who ended up missing out on this year's Survivor Series as well as Tables, Ladders and Chairs. At this point, it's not clear what WWE has planned for Wyatt as he watches his brother's tag-team careers potentially take off.
We wonder if Wyatt's tweet is him possibly teasing a reunion with both Harper and Rowan.
Rowan's wrestling career kicked off in 2003 as he worked for various companies. He then signed to a developmental contract with WWE back in 2011 and ended up winning the NXT Tag-team Championship with Harper.
When it comes to Harper, he started his wrestling career in 2002 and worked for numerous companies, including Alpha-1 Wrestling, Jersey All Pro Wrestling, New Era Wrestling, NWA Empire, and NWA Mississippi before landing with WWE in 2012.
During his time with WWE, Harper has won the Intercontinental Championship and tag-team titles. And, of course, he won the NXT Tag-team Championship with Rowan.
Feel free to comment below and give us your thoughts on the Bludgeon Brothers' debut as a tag-team on SmackDown. Also, where do you think Bray Wyatt's career goes from here and what do you think his tweet means?