The former WWE and Universal Champion was shockingly released from the company back on July 31st, just days before he was reportedly expected to return to WWE programming.
Fans have been asking what is next for 'The Fiend' following his WWE release, and now Windham Rotunda has given some hints as to what is next in store for his pro wrestling career.
A fan would tweet Wyatt hoping that he would make his return to pro wrestling sooner rather than later, and the former Wyatt Family leader would confirm that he will be making his way back in front of fans 'soon.'
"Everything will be clear.
I’ll see you all very soon.
Revenge is a confession of pain."
In another tweet, Wyatt mentioned how fans have “NEVER seen the real me," alluding to the former WWE Superstar potentially getting greater creative control wherever he ends up next.
There have been rumours surrounding Wyatt and a move to AEW or IMPACT Wrestling. Wyatt's former stablemate Braun Strowman has also apparently been in talks with IMPACT, but currently, there's no indication that either man has signed a deal with any company.
Wyatt's 90-day non-compete from WWE reportedly ends on October 31st, meaning that he is free to sign for any company he chooses after that date.
In the second episode of the revamped Turnbuckle Talk podcast, Louis Dangoor and special guest Sean Ross Sapp from Fightful talk about the biggest news in professional wrestling, including Bryan Danielson and Adam Cole's AEW debuts, the health of Triple H, Kevin Owens potentially leaving WWE and more.
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