Bray Wyatt hasn’t been seen in wrestling for over a year, wth his last appearance coming on the Raw after WrestleMania 37 in April 2021.
Since then, Wyatt has been released by WWE, with the former WWE Champion being let go on July 31 last year.
There have been some suggestions that Wyatt could do some work with AEW or IMPACT, but as of right now, there are no indications that he’s close to a wrestling return.
In fact, WrestlingNews.co has noted that there are some rumours that Wyatt may retire from wrestling altogether.
The site is reporting that someone close to Bray has told them that they wouldn’t be surprised if he never comes back to wrestling.
He is very good with his money. I wouldn’t be surprised if he never came back (to wrestling).
The report notes that Wyatt is “very good with his money”, meaning that he would only come back to wrestling if he wanted to, and not because he needed to financially.
If he has wrestled his final match, Wyatt’s last match will go down as the infamous bout he had with Randy Orton at WrestleMania 37.
Speaking of Bray’s money, another report noted that he was one of WWE’s highest-paid stars before his release, earning a staggering amount of money, which you can read more about by clicking here.
It’s worth noting that the report is not that Wyatt is going to be retiring from the ring, just that people close to him believe there’s a decent possibility that he is done with wrestling.
Some have speculated that as he’s most suited to WWE TV, Wyatt could return to Vince McMahon’s company at some stage, but there’s no indication that’s happening.
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