Among the many names excluded from the WWE rosters last year and in the last period of the world pandemic, there was also the former Universal and WWE Champion, Bray Wyatt, the athlete with a thousand faces, who had managed to return on the crest of the wave thanks to his new character presented in the rings of the Stamford company: the villain The Fiend.
After months struggling with the Fiend 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 two years ago, WWE had thought it well to release Bray Wyatt for constant absences, with the death of close friend Brodie Lee (aka Luke Harper in WWE), who had been putting Bray's mind to the test in recent months.
After months of his release, Wyatt has also been released from the non-competition clause of the WWE for some time, with the athlete who could therefore sign a new agreement with any company he wants, even outside the Stamford-based federation, but for the moment.
remains silent and still. In recent weeks, some cryptic message from Wyatt has appeared on social media every now and then, and of course, whenever one came out, rumors about his possible return to WWE were incessant.
Update on Bray Wyatt's status
In the last few hours, a new message has arrived concerning his thinking about pro-wrestling, which Bray Wyatt wanted to share on all his social pages, with the former WWE Universal Champion, in fact, stated: "Wrestling is not a love story, it's a masochistic tale.
A comedy for people who criticize the final lines. A fantasy that is not understood by many, a spectacle that no one can deny. The lines are blurred. The heroes are the villains. Budgets are being cut. Business is business. But it can also be a place where a dead man can walk.
Where Honor makes you the Elite. Where the Demons work in the office. And where the bottom (Rock Bottom) is reason to rejoice. WOOOOO! It is a way out. A reason to point fingers and blame anyone but you for 2-3 hours. An excuse to be a kid again, and nothing matters except the moment you are.
Wrestling is not a love story, it is so much more. It's hope." Speaking on Sportskeeda Wrestling's latest edition of Smack Talk, Dutch Mantell claimed that The Fiend didn't do anything special for him and labeled him his "bathroom break."
"The Fiend did nothing for me. I don't get it and I don't think he ever got over, I don't think Bray Wyatt ever got over, at all. Where would I come in there? I didn't give a sh*t, what he was doing. That was my bathroom break."