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Bray Wyatt Acknowledges A Fan’s Tweet About His WWE Future

After retiring from the WWE last July and stepping down from his duties as the CEO, Chairman and Head of Creative due to paying nearly $20 million in previously unrecorded expenses, almost $15 million of which were hush money for the sexual misconduct allegations he received from four women over the past 16 years and $5 million of which to the now-defunct foundation of former U.S. President Donald Trump, Vince McMahon recently returned to the company and was reinstated to the Board of Directors. He would then be named the Executive Chairman of the Board just hours later.

During Vince’s time away from the company, a lot of significant changes have happened such as several former WWE Stars being brought back, including Bray Wyatt and now that Vince has made his way back to the company, fans have been concerned about Bray Wyatt’s WWE future especially if Vince McMahon takes back control of creative as they have had a rocky working relationship in the past and Vince has even said that he was “done” with Wyatt as he didn’t like him personally and would shout derogatory things at Wyatt about his physique.

Things escalated in the past as Wyatt kept on pushing back on creative and he even called things that were bad, which McMahon didn’t like and that is why Wyatt was labeled as having a “bad attitude.” The former WWE Universal Champion was then released from the company back in 2021 while McMahon was still in charge of creative. A fan took to Twitter and said he knows Bray Wyatt is not the man he once was, but he still fears Wyatt being released from the WWE once again. Bray Wyatt would like the tweet from the fan, but that is interesting as Wyatt usually isn’t active on Twitter.

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