It was recently revealed on social media via Twitter that former WWE Universal Champion, Bray Wyatt who had been going by ‘Windham’ since Wyatt was released by WWE last summer, had changed his Twitter name from ‘Windham’ to ‘Wyatt6’. Fans have recently speculated that the former Wyatt Family leader could show up at Sunday’s WWE Hell in a Cell Premium Live Event or soon thereafter.
In other news concerning the son of one of Bray Wyatt’s former in-ring victim’s Mick Foley, AEW announced that there will be a battle royal on next week’s Dynamite, and the winner will face the Number 1 contender Jon Moxley. The winner of that bout will compete in the interim AEW World Championship match at AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door to be crowned the new champion. This had created confusion for the fans. AEW figured out a complicated method to crown the new champion but WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley’s son has a great idea for the promotion.
Mick Foley’s son suggests a new idea
Mick Foley’s son, who is also a WWE writer, tweeted out to suggest a 64-man tournament to decide a new interim champion. That might have been some subtle and brilliantly worked plan since AEW has often been dragged over their massive roster size. Dewey had replied to the official AEW on TNT Twitter account. Here is what he wrote:
“I think AEW has enough male talent to fill out a 64-man field. I would have loved to see an incredibly historic/loaded/huge tournament to find the interim champ w/ seeding based off records. I don’t know their product 100% and understand logistic issues. Back pocket idea lol”
I think AEW has enough male talent to fill out a 64-man field. I would have loved to see an incredibly historic/loaded/huge tournament to find the interim champ w/ seeding based off records. I don't know their product 100% and understand logistic issues. Back pocket idea lol https://t.co/rzt7HIy3OD
— Dewey Foley (@DeweyHaveTo) June 4, 2022
Punk announced on this week’s AEW Rampage that he suffered an injury and will need to take some time off. He had a grueling encounter with ‘Hangman’ Adam Page and defeated him to win the World title in the headlining bout of AEW Double or Nothing pay-per-view.
Fans have been concerned about Punk after he made the heartbreaking announcement of his hiatus. On this week’s Friday night show, ‘The Second City Saint’ started his promo by saying that he had good and bad news. CM Punk stated that he’s injured and needs surgery. He added that “the wheels haven’t fallen off, but one of them is broken.” He did not relinquish the title.