Reports suggest that WWE Head of Creative Triple H wants a WWE star to carry on the legacy of Bray Wyatt, who recently passed away.
Bray Wyatt passed away on August 24, 2023, at 36 years old. Wyatt left a legacy behind him that will live on forever in the annals of wrestling history. His tragic death left fans dumbstruck and in grief.
As per Xero News‘ new report, Triple H wants Wyatt’s brother Bo Dallas to “carry on the legacy,” and the Uncle Howdy character is seemingly not history. Check out the tweet below:
“Uncle Howdy may not be done either, Source has told today Triple H wants Bo Dallas to carry on the legacy and is willing to give him the proper opportunity to do so. Talks ongoing, but one to keep an eye out for after Survivor Series going forward, big possibility we see him show up December/January.”
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– Uncle Howdy may not be done either, Source has told today Triple H wants Bo Dallas to carry on the legacy and is willing to give him the proper opportunity to do so. Talks ongoing, but one to keep an eye out for after…
— Xero News (@NewsXero) September 26, 2023
Earlier this year, Wyatt made an appearance on Out of Character with Ryan Satin. The late star had a lot to say about the Uncle Howdy character. Here’s an excerpt from the interview:
“Uncle Howdy and Bray and all these things, these are all real,” Wyatt said. “They are based on moments and things that have really happened. The Uncle Howdy, there is so much more to it than you think. It’s not just so cut and dry, spooky man in the background, there’s more to it. There’s complexities that you haven’t gotten to see yet.”