On Thursday, or rather "Black Thursday", as it was renamed on the other side of the ocean by our American colleagues, WWE made major changes to its rosters, firing a dozen athletes that the management believed superfluous for his shows, also firing very important names in the scene, such as Samoa Joe, Mickie James, Bo Dallas and many others.
The younger brother of Bray Wyatt, who recently returned to the scene on Monday Night Raw and WrestleMania 37 bringing the character of his Fiend back to life, had been absent from the rings of the Stamford-based company since the end of 2019, with his return on the television screens of the federation which seemed to be imminent, but which in the end never arrived.
Did Bo Dallas wear The Fiend's mask at WrestleMania 37?
According to reporters from the well-known Fightful Select, it would seem that WWE used the former main roster duo champion and former NXT champion in a test match at WrestleMania 37.
with the management having in mind to do something with him, but that in the end he was completely eliminated. To the microphones of the well-known overseas podcast, the journalists revealed: "Bo Dallas was a part of Wrestlemania week and on Friday he took part in an unrecorded two-minute practice match while WWE tested all his equipment and setup."
Despite the incessant rumors of recent days, which wanted Bo Dallas to hide under the mask of the Fiend or even as a new character who could have intervened in the feud between Alexa Bliss and Bray Wyatt, the federation has instead preferred to release Dallas, who will now devote himself to the life with Liv Morgan, probably also changing jobs.
In fact, we remember that the two WWE boyfriends have a farm owned and Bo Dallas had also decided to open a real estate agency, as plan B if the wrestler's life had no longer been for him. Apparently, this second hypothesis has quickly become a concrete hypothesis and for the moment Bo can safely devote himself to all these projects outside the world of pro-wrestling.
While the match's finish created buzz online, another big piece of speculation started doing the rounds on social media. Fans believed that Bray Wyatt was never at WrestleMania and that it was Bo Dallas who played The Fiend's gimmick.
All the rumors can now be squashed for good as Bo Dallas never portrayed The Fiend at any given time in the WWE. He has already laid the groundwork for his life after the WWE release as he is reportedly looking into 'additional business ventures.'