Bray Wyatt breaks silence, reacts to final WWE appearance. The former WWE and Universal Champion was recently released by the WWE.
Bray Wyatt’s 12 year stint with the WWE has finally come to an end. The former Wyatt Family leader is no longer part of the company. This has come as a surprise to many and almost no one backstage believes that he was released due to budget cuts.
Wyatt was a popular figure among the fans and was huge when it came to moving merchandise. He was also recently coming off a push that saw him win the Universal Championship twice and pick victories over several top stars including Seth Rollins and John Cena.
Bray Wyatt breaks silence, reacts to final WWE appearance
Wyatt’s final match with the WWE was at Wrestlemania 37 against Randy Orton. The Fiend lost to the Viper following a betrayal from Alexa Bliss. The next night on RAW, Wyatt made his final WWE appearance on a Firefly FunHouse segment.
A fan posted the video pointing out that the three-time world champion seemed to have foreshadowed his exit from the company. Towards the end of the segment Wyatt says:
“No matter what has happened lately, we still have each other, we will always have each other. As a matter of fact, I feel great! I think this could be a brand new start for all of us here. A new season. New friends. And a brand new me! In fact, I feel reborn.
“That’s right, ladies and gentlemen, everything will be fine because He will return. He shall return! There will be no more clout chasing. No more clout chasing in this here simulation. The Fun House will be big, it will be bad, it will be strong! See ya!”
The video was then shared by a Wrestling twitter account which eventually came to the notice of the recently released star.
Wyatt replied to the tweet with a cryptic hollow red circle emoji.
— Bray Wyatt (@WWEBrayWyatt) August 1, 2021
There is no clarity on what the emoji means. It could possibly mean coming full circle. In a tweet directed towards Orton back in December, Wyatt had written:
“It’s all a [circle]. One ending was just another beginning.”
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