Former ECW Champion John Morrison and Chris Masters are both back from their suspensions as well as they worked house shows over the weekend. Because Masters came back over the weekend, that means whatever issue he had that sent him to rehab last year wasn’t in violation of the WWE Wellness Policy because this suspension only lasted for 30 days. Had it counted, the recent suspension would have lasted for 60 days and he would have had two strikes on his record. A third strike results in termination from the company.
Regarding the other SmackDown suspensions, Chavo Guerrero is eligible to return to the ring, but he won’t be back for at least a few more weeks. They are keeping him off television until at least early November due to the “I Quit” stipulation he had in his match on SmackDown a few weeks ago. Funaki is eligible to return as well. Edge and Gregory Helms are still out with injuries, though Edge should be returning to action soon.
The only wrestler serving a 60-day suspension was Robert Huffman aka King Booker. He’s got another month before he is eligible to return. He currently has a few issues with management, but in the end, they’ll probably be worked out.