Skip Sheffield returned to action for World Wrestling Entertainment November 3, 2011 at the Raw house show at the Bank Atlantic Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This was his first appearance since he broke his ankle at a WWE house in Hawaii in August of 2010. His appearance was a big surprise because last week he was removed from the official WWE roster page on WWE.com. While it is not known who he was introduced as, he told a fan last week that he was going to be re-introduced in the WWE as “Ryback”, and the WWE recently trademarked the name. The name change was due to the fact that the WWE wants to push him as a “Babyface” character, so the injury may have been a good thing. It enables Sheffield to distance himself from the “Heel” character that he was when he was a member of the “Nexxus” and now he can reappear in the WWE as “Ryback”. So now the question is “Will Skip Sheffield be able take his new persona and become one of the top “Babyface” characters in the WWE?” Well, I guess we will just have to wait and see if “Ryback” really is going to be a big part of the future in the WWE.