Bray Wyatt is getting closer to WWE



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Bray Wyatt is getting closer to WWE

Bray Wyatt became world famous thanks to his WWE successes, where he was one of the top athletes until his resounding release came like a bolt from the blue. During his time in Stamford, the 35-year-old from Brooksville won the WWE Championship once and the Universal Championship twice.

He also won the Raw Tag Team Championship and the SmackDown Tag Team Championship. On April 11, 2021, on the second night of WrestleMania 37, 'The Fiend' was defeated by Randy Orton and their feud was finally over, after a months-long rivalry in which the Legend Killer had even set his own body in the ring in WWE.

On July 31, after several months of absence from the company's rings, WWE announced that Wyatt had been fired. Shocking news, which left both fans and insiders speechless after months and months of building his new character.

In recent weeks, rumors have intensified regarding his possible return to the court of Stephanie McMahon and Triple H, who has returned to the command of the creative team and who has already reported numerous names of former athletes that his father-in-law had decided to release.

Update on Bray Wyatt's future

In the past two weeks, WWE has been releasing several clues about a possible landing on its rings of a new character, with the song White Rabbit being shot in all the arenas where the federation holds its live shows, both those captured by cameras and those not taken.

Initially, the doubt was between Bray Wyatt and Karrion Kross, with the latter calling himself just that in his time in Lucha Underground, but the more time passes the more it seems to be the character who gave birth to the Fiend who could return.

to tread the WWE rings. Especially in the video that came out of the QR Code scanned on Raw, as Austin Theory warmed up, there was a clue that was crucial for fans to be convinced that Wyatt is behind it all. The font with which the phrase "You Did" was written, just like the phrase "Come with me", were the same ones that were used for the Fiend t-shirt, which instead reported the words "Find Me", until last year in WWE.

Could this really be the main clue that will lead in the next episode of Smackdown to reveal Wyatt as a huge WWE surprise for his fans? At a recent SmackDown taping, WWE played Jefferson Airplane's song White Rabbit during a commercial break. They also bathed the arena in red light.