Cody Rhodes comments on Bray Wyatt's release



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Cody Rhodes comments on Bray Wyatt's release

In recent days there has been a lot of talk about what the future of Bray Wyatt could be now, once he is released overnight by WWE. The last important and surprising name that the Stamford company wanted to send among the unemployed free agents for the summer of 2021, was in fact that of the alter ego of The Fiend, who in recent years had really been one of the most followed and most admired by the entire WWE Universe, also thanks to the new character brought to the stage in the McMahon rings.

Obviously, not even on purpose, the first name of a company outside the WWE in which Wyatt could land shortly, after its non-competition clause with the WWE, is that of All Elite Wrestling, the second most important company in the United States, which has already been the refuge of many former WWEs, who found themselves overnight without a job, after dozens and dozens of layoffs carried out by the McMahon company.

The company stated COVID conditions as a reason for their delay in renewing the trademark, leading to USPTO refusing the trademark to Cody Rhodes. Cody Rhodes commented on WWE applying for the trademark earlier this year and claimed they were doing it for money.

Cody Rhodes on Bray Wyatt

In the last few hours, many insiders and colleagues wanted to have their say on the athlete's future, with the latest in chronological order being the AEW vice president, Cody Rhodes, who responded in an interview in which he advertised the latest episode of Dynamite, also talking about the possible future of Wyatt in AEW.

Regarding this case, Rhodes stated: "I can't say if there's a place for him here. He is undoubtedly a very creative individual, an incredibly creative man. When I see someone like him losing their job or moving into the next phase of their career, I am always calm, because I know that whatever he will do, Windham Rotunda, will do great things no matter where.

He and I are very similar, even though I left by my will and he was fired instead. But we both signed our pact with the world. "We'll see if Bray Wyatt will then be one of the next additions to the AEW roster, which is getting stronger every week, worrying not just the rival company par excellence, the WWE.

"It's not as sultry/scandalous as reported. It's just business. They've seen the same data we have, and they know they can make big money off the brand(even though it's not in their house). Trying to license me is flattering, but it doesn't stop this train from moving. No grudge."