JoJo Offerman recently took to her Instagram and uploaded a photo of her and Bray Wyatt’s son, celebrating his 4th birthday with a series of photos.
Happy 4th Birthday to my handsome boy that made me a mommy. I thank God for giving me you. I love watching you be the most amazing, ever so sweet, loving, intelligent, and curious boy I know. Thank you for bringing me joy
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The disappearance of Bray Wyatt from the road to WrestleMania 39 has left fans puzzled and concerned. Originally scheduled to face Bobby Lashley at the grand event, Wyatt’s match was unexpectedly dropped, leaving many wondering about his fate. As a consolation, Lashley went on to win the prestigious Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal. However, Wyatt’s absence has become increasingly worrisome.
Reports indicate that Bray Wyatt is currently not cleared for a return to the ring. Additionally, there are no discussions taking place regarding his creative direction within the company. This lack of clarity surrounding Wyatt’s status has only heightened the uncertainty surrounding his future in WWE.
In a recent update, PW Insider has revealed that Bray Wyatt’s name has been completely removed from the company’s internal roster. This removal signifies that he is no longer listed in any capacity within the organization. Such a development adds another layer of intrigue to Wyatt’s situation.
Fans and followers of Wyatt can only hope that his circumstances change soon. Despite the ongoing challenges, Wyatt undeniably possesses a unique and captivating presence that he can bring to WWE. There appears to be something hindering his return and utilization, but the specifics remain undisclosed.
Interestingly, there have been alleged sightings of Bray Wyatt during WrestleMania weekend in Burbank. These sightings suggest that he may still be in the vicinity, possibly indicating that he is waiting for the right moment to re-emerge. Moreover, Wyatt was spotted this month in the company of JoJo Offerman, and he appeared to be in good spirits.