Among the many names excluded from the WWE rosters last year, there was also that of the former Universal and WWE Champion, Bray Wyatt, the 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 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 ablaze entirely after a Firefly Inferno match at TLC the year before, 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 long since exited the WWE's non-competition clause, with the athlete who could then sign a new agreement with anyone who wants a new agreement even outside the WWE, but for the moment he still remains in silence.
Backstage news on Bray Wyatt
Once again, out of nowhere, in the last few hours rumors have resurfaced online that want Bray Wyatt ever closer to his return to WWE, now that Triple H and his wife Stephanie McMahon have arrived at the command of the family business, after the dismissal of Wins.
Giving the latest news on the matter, Sean Ross Sapp revealed how his report will soon be released in which he will explain why Bray Wyatt has never been so close to returning to the scene with the Stamford federation. In his latest online update, Sean Sapp stated: "You all want me to do a report tomorrow on why so many top executives at WWE believe they can very easily have Bray Wyatt back with them now more than ever? Okay."
According to the very "greedy" phrase, released by the well-known journalist, it, therefore, seems that the top executives of the WWE would be more convinced than ever that they can get Bray Wyatt back to their rings in a short time, with the well-known fighter who has now been missing from the scenes for over a year and has never even appeared in the rings of any other company other than WWE since then.
Dutch Mantell claimed that Bray Wyatt, aka The Fiend, never managed to get himself over with the WWE Universe and didn't impress the former. "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."