One of the most sensational losses that the WWE has suffered in the last period was undoubtedly that linked to Bray Wyatt, an athlete fired by the McMahons a few months ago, with his release which was part of a budget cuts plan necessary for the company, to cope with the new company policy, but also to save money after the crisis caused by the covid for two years in a row.
Among the many names that have left the scene in the last period, there have been those of many athletes at the top of the company, such as Braun Strowman, Aleister Black, Lana and precisely Bray Wyatt himself, who have not yet landed on the rings of any company as their non-competition clause was not yet concluded (except for Black, who already works at AEW).
Bray Wyatt left WWE this year
Former WWE Universal Champion Bray Wyatt has taken to Twitter to share an interesting throwback picture ahead of his rumored return to pro-wrestling next week. In his tweet, Bray Wyatt shared a picture of a steel cage match with The Wyatt Family (Bray Wyatt, Erick Rowan, and Luke Harper) going up against Daniel Bryan and The Usos.
This match took place at a WWE house show during their Holiday Tour back in 2013, where Bryan and The Usos picked up the win. During the last episode of the Broken Skull Session, broadcast conducted by the WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin, the former WWE Champion Seth Rollins was interviewed, who, talking about the management and booking of Bray Wyatt, expressed all his frustration, saying he wanted to strangle Vince McMahon for how he treated the creator of the Fiend.
All this was obviously reported by the major web wrestling newspapers, with the same Bray Wyatt who wanted to respond to one of these newspapers, or the well-known Wrestling News, with the response of the former leader of the Wyatt Family which was the following: “Wait until you hear my reaction.”
With this umpteenth quite cryptic tweet, it seems that Bray Wyatt has suggested to his fans and insiders that he could soon go to work elsewhere, with his voice that will be heard clear and crystalline, albeit from the rings of another federation.
As already reported in several news outlets, it seems that Wyatt is very close to both the IMPACT Wrestling roster and the AEW roster, with the former world champion of the Stamford-based company, who is so famous in the world pro-wrestling scene, that he could easily decide where to go to work, because anyone would hire him after what was staged with WWE.