The former WWE Universal Champion Bray Wyatt was previously released by the company in July last year amid the budget cuts. He has been away from pro wrestling for quite some time. This led to the fans speculating that he might not return to the squared circle. However, that is not the case.
Bray Wyatt reveals he will return to pro-wrestling
Bray Wyatt recently made it clear that pro wrestling is his true passion and that he will wrestle again in the future. Wyatt added that he is healthier than ever. Wyatt recently took to his Instagram and uploaded a post, where he revealed that he made his way to Dallas. He then answered fan questions, one of whom asked him if he will wrestle again.
“I will always love wrestling. I couldn’t imagine spending the rest of my life without stepping in the ring again and hearing that roar again. I think about it often. Everything has to be in place though. Like I said, timing is everything.
I have never been more healthy both physically and mentally. I have been able to challenge myself with projects that would’ve never been possible before. This is a happy time for me. But I have to be patient. Timing is everything.”
Bray Wyatt is set to headline WrestleCon’s “U.S. vs. The World” event scheduled for April 2 in Dallas, Texas. We will have to wait and see when he decides to make his return to the squared circle.
During a recent interview with Pat McAfee on the Pat McAfee Show, Randy Orton would discuss Wyatt by stating the following. Credit to Fightful for the below.
“Edge made me realize, that I can go 45 minutes with a guy that knows what the f*ck he’s doing. Where are these other guys that know what the f*ck they’re doing? They started to come up. Bray Wyatt was there, I worked with him, it was a little odd. There were some issues where I think he wasn’t able to do some stuff in the ring for a while. That got weird, but he’s a hell of a talent. For the last year, Riddle has only been wrestling for six years, but he gets it. He knows how to sell and he captivates those people. He captivates me,” Orton said.”