Bray Wyatt Drops Alexa Bliss Bombshell

The Fiend remains one of the most unique characters to have ever stepped foot inside the squared circle. Bray Wyatt’s latest iteration made its in-ring debut back at 2019’s SummerSlam pay-per-view again Finn Balor, where he won in a squash match. However, his booking since then has been panned by many fans. Particularly him losing to Goldberg at WWE Super Showdown in 2020. He would lose to Randy Orton at WrestleMania 37 in a singles match after being betrayed by Alexa Bliss. He had been absent from WWE television since then. Bray Wyatt could be losing The Fiend to a big name in WWE.



Bray Wyatt was released by WWE on July 31st last year and since then the former WWE Superstar has already teased what he might do next. From what it seems, it is likely he will be making his way to AEW far earlier than expected, as WWE may have let him have a shorter noncompete. Wyatt also appeared on March 13th, at the Showcase of Legends 7 event in Albany, New York.

As revealed by Reddit user and WWE Games modder Pepsiguy2, WWE cancelled a storyline for the WWE 2K22 video game, which ould have seen  24/7 Champion Dana Brooke being possessed by The Fiend, getting turned into ‘The Shiend’ a new girlfriend for Bray Wyatt to replace Alexa Bliss.

After that, Bray Wyatt took to Twitter and shot down a rumor that the storyline was pitched for WWE television as well.

Not true. That was the angle for the video game

In speaking to Sportskeeda Wrestling’s Dr. Chris Featherstone, former WCW champion and WWE creative team member Vince Russo discussed why he believes the former Bray Wyatt should leave professional wrestling and sports entertainment behind. Credit to the outlet for the following.

“‘What’s next for Bray Wyatt in wrestling?’ I’m looking at that [headline] and saying, ‘I pray to God absolutely nothing. I hope nothing is in the future.’” Russo continued, “I mean, again, I’ve said this all the time about Bray Wyatt, bro, there’s no reason this guy can’t be a Freddy or a Jason for the next 20 years. He has that kind of talent.”

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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