There are reasons. With so many wrestlers on the WWE roster, it can be difficult to keep track of everyone. At some point, someone is going to be forgotten about for one reason or another, leaving them away from the spotlight and waiting to find something to do. That is currently the case with multiple wrestlers and now we have an update on a few of them, all o whom are in different places.

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Fightful Select has updates on three WWE Superstars who have been missing from television. First up, Omos has been wrestling at live events but has not appeared on television since Summerslam on August 5 when he took part in a battle royal. Omos is believed to be able to be used as an attraction, though there is nothing to suggest he will be returning to WWE TV anytime soon.

Second, Dexter Lumis has been missing from action since May but he is not injured. Lumis has not been backstage at recent television tapings and is waiting for WWE to come up with creative plans for him. Finally Odyssey Jones has been wrestling dark matches but has not appeared on television. While there were reportedly plans to have him join Bobby Lashley’s group, nothing has come of it so far.

They’re talented stars. Check out the three in action:

Opinion: It’s nice to know that no one is injured or in bad shape, but at the same time, it would be cool to see some of them back on television. Waiting for WWE to get around to coming up with something for them could take quite awhile, but at least two of them have been in the ring for dark matches. WWE has a stacked roster at the moment and that can create some issues with getting people back on television, which may be the case here.

What do you think of the three of them? Which do you want back on television most? Let us know in the comments below.

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