Bray Wyatt Drops Bombshell Before AEW Show

The former WWE Universal Champion Bray Wyatt, also known as Windham has dropped some hints on his potential return. He sent out a very cryptic message on social media, ahead of AEW Dynamite, though it’s unclear if he’ll go to WWE, AEW, Impact Wrestling, or Control Your Narrative.



Bray Wyatt says he is ready now

Taking to Twitter, Wyatt claimed that he is now ready. His cryptic message can be read below:

“Everything good that’s ever happened to me, first came a period horrible suffering. I never ask why, I just wait for the rough part to end. I was chosen for whatever reason. And I’ve got sh*t to do. It doesn’t hurt anymore, it burns. I’m ready now”

In a follow-up tweet, the former WWE Universal Champion wrote:

“Patience. It’s almost time”

Wyatt was previously released by the company in July last year amid the budget cuts. His last in-ring appearance came at WrestleMania 37 when he lost to Randy Orton. He was released last year during the budget cuts. He has been away from pro wrestling for quite some time. It was reported that he had been working on a horror film project along with special effects artist Jason Baker. It seems that has wrapped up and Wyatt is already planning for a highly-anticipated comeback.

During a recent episode of the Extreme Life of Matt Hardy podcast, Matt stated that he was shocked and disappointed at WWE’s decision to release Bray from his contract and said that he failed to understand the decision because Bray had been a top merch mover at the time of his release:

“It was shocking. I mean, because he was one of the biggest merch movers they had. That’s usually a pretty important, pretty important part of performance longevity around there. If you’re selling a lot of merch, usually that means you’re making money.

You know, so it was very shocking, very disappointing. I don’t even know if it was because he’d re-signed a contract it was too much, and they were just like, it’s one of those things, it’s very much a business now more than ever.

If they have a guy that they think is making too much money, no one is index spendable, and they’ve built the brand around WWE. Vince McMahon doesn’t need anyone’s Superstar at any certain time. They’ve really built it all around WWE and that is what is the draw.”

We will have to wait and see when the star makes his way back into the ring.

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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