Wrestling legend Vince Russo wants to work with Bray Wyatt



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Wrestling legend Vince Russo wants to work with Bray Wyatt

One of the characters most missing at the moment by fans of the WWE Universe is that of Bray Wyatt aka The Fiend who disappeared immediately after Wrestlemania 37, who was defeated in his return match by Randy Orton, on the occasion of the Showcase of the Immortals, when Alexa Bliss thought well of turn his back, betraying him and making him hit with a treacherous RKO by the Legend Killer.

Apparently, once the very long feud with Orton was over, WWE had in mind to start a very complex storyline between Bray Wyatt and his former disciple, Alexa, but everything was then blocked, as Wyatt remained and remains still at home, due to some emotional problems resulting from the death of one of his lifelong best friends, Luke Harper.

After the untimely death of Brodie Lee in the AEW rings, with the big boy who died just at the age of 40 from a serious lung disease, Wyatt is said to have had many problems returning to the ring, with the company of the McMahons who is said to have preferred to leave him a little longer of the scene, to recover emotionally.

Vince Russo wants to work in WWE with Bray Wyatt

In his latest speech released to the microphones of Two Men Power Trip of Wrestling's Patreon page, Vince Russo, a very important booker of the past of WWE and WCW, wanted to tell fans how much he would like to be able to work with Bray Wyatt in WWE and therefore also with his alter ego, the Fiend, saying,

"I've been out of business for a while now, I've been out of the whole business for about 10 years.

But I would do anything to work face to face with Bray Wyatt. You see, if Vince McMahon offered me some money to be a consultant, 'You're going to have to work with Bray, you guys do what you want, tell us every week what that character is going to do.'

Bro, I would do it in the blink of an eye because working with him would be an absolute honor for me. What they did with that talent literally breaks my heart. I'm really sorry for him because the system failed with him.

The system should never fail with you. The system should help you." Who knows if Vince McMahon will ever listen to these words and especially if he would ever give Vince Russo a new chance to return to work in the company, especially alongside a very important character like Bray Wyatt?