Bray Wyatt returns to writing on social media
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 25564
Among the many names excluded from the WWE rosters last year, there was also that of the former Universal and WWE Champion, Bray Wyatt, an athlete with a thousand faces, who had managed to get back on the crest of the wave thanks to the his new character introduced in the rings of the company de McMahon: the evil Fiend.
After months of struggling with Fiend's mind games, in a wonderful feud against Randy Orton, with the character brought to the scene by Wyatt who had even been set on fire entirely after a Firefly Inferno match at TLC the year before, WWE had thought it well to release Bray Wyatt.
After months of his release, Wyatt has also long since exited WWE's non-competition clause, with the athlete who could then sign a new agreement with anyone who wants a new agreement even outside of the Stamford-based company, but for the moment he still remains in silence and still.
What's next for Bray Wyatt?
Every time the former WWE athlete returns to write something on social media, the toto-tweet immediately takes place, given that the way in which Bray Wyatt writes on his personal page of the well-known social network, remains truly cryptic and mysterious, with numerous messages that in past were also related to his returns to the ring.
Also this time, Wyatt, returned for a moment to be Windham Rotunda, his real name and surname, only to go back to being called Wyatt, with a clear rapprochement for fans at WWE. He also wrote these words on Twitter: "I will place the key to David's house on his shoulder; what he opens no one can close and what he closes no one can open." Looked like Bray Wyatt wanted to send a message to his supporters quite incomprehensible, with the fighter who has literally disappeared since his exit from the scene in WWE, no longer appearing in any ring of any company, despite for a short time he was approached by the Aew of the Khan family.
Recently, Goldberg broke his silence on allegedly changing the finish of his match against "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt. "Let's put it this way. I've never said anything that wasn't true in the wrestling business. I'm a talent and I do what the boss tells me to do.
I flew to Saudi Arabia knowing that I was gonna lose. Then somehow it changed and the finish was different. And it surely wasn't me."