Triple H Removes Bray Wyatt From WWE Raw

Bray Wyatt will not be on WWE Raw tonight, Xero News reports.



Despite being one of the most popular and talked-about wrestlers in 2022, Bray Wyatt may miss out on WrestleMania 39 due to a physical issue that has forced him to be pulled from WWE programming. However, wrestling personality Dutch Mantell has suggested that there may be more to Wyatt’s absence than meets the eye.

Mantell, who spoke on this week’s episode of Smack Talk, stated that the injury storyline was simply a cover-up for the real reason that Wyatt had been removed from WWE programming. Mantell claimed that giving Wyatt too much creative control over his character had been a mistake, and that WWE officials had come to this realization as well. He suggested that Wyatt’s removal from WWE programming was a way to buy some time before the company could overhaul his on-screen presentation once again.

Mantell went on to say that he believed Wyatt had “failed big time” since returning to WWE. While some fans may disagree with this assessment, Mantell was critical of Wyatt’s recent Firefly Fun House segments, which he stated he had never liked. He also claimed that WWE would need to take Wyatt back to the drawing board and try a different approach to his character.

It remains to be seen whether Mantell’s claims are accurate or not, and whether Wyatt will indeed miss out on WrestleMania 39. However, his comments have certainly added an interesting layer of speculation to the ongoing saga surrounding Wyatt’s absence from WWE programming.

“He [Bray Wyatt] is allegedly injured, correct? What’s the matter with him? I think his feelings are hurt. Well, that’s a really good way to cover it! But I think, and I’ve said this before, I think they kind of gave Bray creative license over his character and his way of treading into the show, but it didn’t work. It didn’t work, and I think they are going to have to take him back to the shop and overhaul him and try another way because, this Fun House cr*p, I never liked it anyway. But I think he has not only failed but failed big time

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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