On Saturday, July 31, WWE released Bray Wyatt from his contract reportedly due to budget cuts, but it is believed that Wyatt’s WWE release had nothing to do with budget cuts but with Wyatt and WWE having creative differences and that they really had nothing for him moving forward and they could not agree on his WWE future.
Bray Wyatt is reportedly still under a 90-day non-compete clause with the WWE, which is set to expire on Friday, October 29, which is just a few days prior to AEW’s Full Gear PPV on Saturday, November 6, so it was initially believed that if Wyatt does end up in All Elite Wrestling, then he will be making his debut with the company only after this date, but Dave Meltzer reported on a recent edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that if Wyatt does sign with AEW, the talk is that he will make his AEW debut on the Wednesday, September 29 episode of AEW Dynamite, which will take place in Rochester, New York, the hometown of the late Brodie Lee.
Since the Wednesday, September 29 episode of AEW Dynamite is set to take place in the hometown of the late Brodie Lee, which is Rochester, New York, and from the storyline that has been happening that we could see the Dark Order introduce a new leader as they have been infighting and losing focus lately, so the new leader can keep them on track, Bray Wyatt (under a different name), could be introduced as the new leader. Wyatt took to his Twitter and hinted that we could be seeing him very soon.
Bray Wyatt last competed for the WWE at last April’s WrestleMania 37, when he lost a Singles Match to Randy Orton.
You can check out Bray Wyatt’s tweet below:
Everything will be clear.— Windham (@WWEBrayWyatt) September 15, 2021
I’ll see you all very soon.
Revenge is a confession of pain.