Bray Wyatt in Hollywood dealing with movie inquires as WWE non-compete expires

Bray Wyatt in Hollywood dealing with movie inquires

Bray Wyatt's 90-day non-compete clause is up following his WWE release in July, and it seems like the former Universal Champion's next destination may be outside of wrestling.

A photo emerged online yesterday of Bray Wyatt with a WarnerMedia logo in the background, leading to speculation that he was heading to AEW. 

While unable to confirm whether or not Wyatt held talks with AEW or Warner, Fightful Select has provided some information about what Bray could be up to next.

The site is reporting that Wyatt has been in Los Angeles dealing with inquiries pertaining to a potential career in Hollywood.

We're told that Bray Wyatt has been in Los Angeles of late fielding inquiries regarding Hollywood projects.

The report also notes that Hollywood has had an interest in working with Bray Wyatt even while he was with WWE.

Sean Ross Sapp reports that there was a pitch, before Wyatt's release from WWE, that would have seen him participate in a movie:

WWE sources indicated to Fightful that this is far from the first interest in Wyatt from Hollywood, noting there was a pitch made that would have involved him participating in a movie before his release.

Bray Wyatt's WWE non-compete clause expires today, so he is technically free to work and wrestle for another promotion from now. 

This comes as reports have indicated that both AEW and IMPACT Wrestling are interested in bringing Wyatt into their respective companies.

However, various reports from reputable sources have indicated that neither promotion has ever actually been close to securing Wyatt's services.

For more on what the future holds for Bray Wyatt now that the former WWE Champion is free to work for whichever company he wants, stay tuned to GiveMeSport.

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