Bray Wyatt fans chanted for him at WWE Raw after the latest White Rabbit video, spoiling his return for fans in attendance who were unaware that Wyatt is likely the White Rabbit. You can view the video below.
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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 once seemed likely he would 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.
Russo, WWE’s former head writer, said on Sportskeeda Wrestling’s “Writing With Russo” show that Wyatt should receive creative control of his character:
“The only way this is gonna work, and the only way that I would do it if I was Bray, is literally in my contract, I hate to pull the whole Hulk Hogan… Hulk Hogan pulled creative control for different reasons. Hulk Hogan pulled creative control for whether or not I’m going over [winning]. I don’t think Bray cares about that. I think Bray cares about really being true to his character and putting out a version of his character that he believes in.”