Harry Smith, also known as Davey Boy Smith Jr re-joined WWE back in July but has yet to return appear on WWE television.
Smith, son of WWE Hall of Famer The British Bulldog, made his first WWE appearance in 10 years in a dark match on the July 16th episode of SmackDown. However, Smith hasn’t wrestled since and is yet to re-debut on WWE television.
Writing in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer has reported that Smith’s absence is due to him contracting COVID-19. Although the star is reportedly now “fine” and was backstage for the draft show in Baltimore.
Smith Jr initially signed with WWE back in 2006, appearing in OVW and Florida Championship Wrestling, making his debut on the main roster in 2007.
The second generation star would go on to win tag team gold alongside Tyson Kidd before leaving WWE in August of 2011.
Since his WWE release, Smith has travelled the globe making a name for himself in the wrestling business. He competed in New Japan Pro Wrestling where he was a prominent member of the Suzuki-Gun faction alongside Killer Elite Squad tag team partner Lance Archer. Together, Smith and Archer captured the IWGP World Tag Team Championship on three occasions. Smith also had a spell in his father’s homeland of England where he competed on the revived World Of Sport.