Former WWE writer discusses Bray Wyatt's future



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Former WWE writer discusses Bray Wyatt's future

Bray Wyatt was undoubtedly one of the most popular WWE characters in recent years, so much so that many had even equated him with the legendary The Undertaker. The news of his release came like a bolt from the blue while underlining how 'The Fiend' had played only one match from December 2020 until today.

His career had exploded in April 2019, when the famous 'Firefly Fun House' was introduced. Wyatt was anticipating the appearance of The Fiend, which would make its debut on the July 15 episode of Raw. His first feud was against Finn Balor, which culminated in a truly spectacular match at SummerSlam.

There are so many superstars that Bray has had the opportunity to confront, including legends of the caliber of John Cena and Randy Orton. Particularly discussed was the cinematic meeting with the leader of the 'Cenation', which took place at WrestleMania 36 last year.

Within hours of his release from WWE, insiders have already begun to speculate on his future. Although many speculate a move to All Elite Wrestling, former WWE and WCW writer Vince Russo is not of the same opinion.

Vince Russo reflects on Bray Wyatt

"I believe that Bray Wyatt could seriously attempt a career in Hollywood" - wrote Vince Russo on his Twitter profile.

Meanwhile, Braun Strowman - also released in recent months - has sent a message of comfort to his great friend and colleague. “Bray Wyatt, Rowan, Harper, I have learned so much from you. Each faction has its brightest star, Wyatt was ours.

He needed us to play a secondary role to make it shine. I can never thank these guys enough for everything they have done for me. They are memories that will remain in my heart forever”. Strowman was inducted into the main roster as a member of the 'Wyatt Family' in the summer of 2015.

The faction then split and its members performed well individually. We will see if fate will unite them again in the future. As the news spread this past weekend, it left many WWE fans in shock and dismay. Bray Wyatt was one of the most beloved WWE Superstars during his 12-year run with the company, and it showed by way of being one of the top merchandise sellers.

Bray Wyatt began his career in the WWE in 2009 and made his first mark as Husky Harris as a member of The Nexus that would debut to cause havoc. Once The Nexus broke up, Wyatt would head back to Florida Championship Wrestling and form what would be known as The Wyatt Family, and the rest was history.