Bray Wyatt was shockingly released from WWE on July 31st, 2021, despite being one of the most popular acts in the company. Debuting in NXT in 2012, Wyatt’s unique style and character would see him quickly moved over to the main roster and he’d go on to win both WWE Championship and Universal Championship gold.
He last appeared for the company at WrestleMania 37, where as ‘The Fiend’ he took on long-time rival Randy Orton in a losing effort on night two of the event in Tampa. The next night on Raw Wyatt was part of a Firefly Funhouse segment, but that turned out to be the last time he’d be seen in WWE.
However, speaking at an event during WrestleMania AXXess, Wyatt’s WrestleMania 31 opponent, The Undertaker has commented on Bray’s star status and stated he’d like to see him back with the company.
Bray Wyatt, I hope things get worked out with him somewhere. He is a phenomenal talent and I think he has a lot to offer this industry. So, I want to wish the best for him. Hopefully, at some point, he comes home.
The Undertaker at Wrestlemania Axxess talking about Bray Wyatt 😭 pic.twitter.com/LRDKc4yaYY— C Wrestling (@CWrestlingUK) April 10, 2022
Since leaving WWE, the man now known by his real name Windham Rotunda has not competed in a wrestling ring and there’s been so indication of what the future may hold for someone who fans had anointed as the ‘new Undertaker’ during his WWE run.
The Undertaker took his rightful place in the WWE Hall of Fame across WrestleMania weekend and is now set to keep himself busy within in the WWE bubble by joining the podcast world. The Deadman is reportedly set to launch his own WWE podcast in the same style as Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions.