There is further fuel added to the heat by all the rumors and conjecture surrounding a potential return of Bray Wyatt to a WWE ring.
Three times a world champion in the WWE, he enthralled audiences as the mask-wearing “Fiend.” Wyatt’s portrayal of a marketing ploy that was nearly unreal garnered him high praise from both viewers and critics. Due to the Covid-19 disease outbreak, WWE is still playing in vacant venues, which has given them quite creative freedom with the plot. The company developed a darker plot using special effects, and both The Fiend and Bliss frequently disappeared. The Fiend had even been once set aflame within the ring, and Bliss, after all, decided to throw a fireball in Orton’s direction.
In a string of posts on social media, he has made hints about a future return to form. It appears he will return to the WWE after tweeting an inspirational message, but when? Perhaps Alexa Bliss, a former coworker of Bray, wishes she could get back together with him.
By discreetly modifying the bio on his Twitter handle, the longtime WWE Champion has given an even stronger indication of a potential return to the company. It now features the phrase “Begin again, kid, it’s what you do,” with the letters VKM after the advice he received from Vince McMahon.
Wyatt views wrestling as a masochist’s fairytale rather than a romantic comedy. An amusing humor for pun haters. Right now, Alexa’s only plot involves her collaboration with Bray. Will the appearance of Wyatt again harm Alexa’s character later on? Time alone will tell.
Alexa will be thrilled that her friend is returning to the WWE so they can collaborate, at least for the time being. However, fans would like Bray to work independently and move once Roman Reigns’ bitter rivalry with Drew McIntyre, the “Scottish Warrior,” is resolved.
The question of whether he will come back to professional wrestling is unknown. Still, we know he has been active in Hollywood after his good friend and owner of Callosum Studios and special cosmetic effects artist Jason Baker acknowledged in November 2016 that he was beginning production on his debut motion picture.
According to reports, Bray Wyatt, also recognized as The Fiend in WWE, is getting ready for his first match since leaving the organization in July 2022. Wyatt can now collaborate wherever he wants as his 90-day quasi has ended. Professional wrestling fans shouldn’t be shocked by these recent events, including Wyatt receiving offers from Hollywood. Fans will have to wait a little longer before seeing him back in the ring. However, Wyatt has previously made hints about a comeback. He said he would “See you all very soon” in September.