*Spoiler* WWE backstage chaos after Bray Wyatt's release

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*Spoiler* WWE backstage chaos after Bray Wyatt's release

The last couple of days have been devastating for both WWE Universe fans and WWE insiders, as well as personal Bray Wyatt fans, as everyone is still digesting the wrestler's dismissal that came like a bolt from the blue.

due to alleged budget cuts according to the McMahon-owned company, which up to Wrestlemania has always supported the work of the former leader of the Wyatt Family. After having brought the character of the Fiend on stage for months, with an absolutely unique construction, so much so that it also went through a phase of death and resurrection after Randy Orton had set him on fire at TLC, for Wyatt one of the phases of his would have begun.

most difficult private life of all, with the talent last seen in the episode of Raw post Wrestlemania, which in the end had to give in to the will of the WWE management, which thus fired him.

Bray Wyatt was pinned by Randy Orton

After the sensational news of his release, several other important WWE main event wrestlers began to fear for their future, as if the WWE executives managed to send away a famous and important like Wyatt, former WWE world champion and Universal, they could do it with anyone.

As reported in the last few hours by the well-known podcast of the Fightful Select, in fact: "Bray Wyatt was well known in the company for moving a lot of merchandise when he was an active performer and several long-time Superstars now no longer feel as safe as they used to be, despite their position on the card or their push."

Apparently, the recent layoffs of major figures such as Murphy, Lana, Aleister Black, Braun Strowman and now also Bray Wyatt, are said to have undermined the confidence of WWE wreslers in the federation and its leadership, with the common belief that it is " if it happened to them / him, it could happen to me too from one day to the next."

Based on all the rumors coming out of WWE, Bray Wyatt's WWE departure was placed in the same category as other high-profile releases such as Braun Strowman. The report specifically noted that Bray Wyatt did not ask for his release, nor did he do anything backstage that influenced the company's decision.

Here's what PWInsider reported, which explains Bray Wyatt's inconsistent stints on WWE TV: "Others noted that Wyatt and Vince McMahon's relationship behind the scenes ran very h*t and cold at times."