The Eater of Worlds, Bray Wyatt is heavily speculated to return to the WWE anytime soon. Ever since Triple H took over the reins as the Head of Creative from Vince McMahon and brought in spectacular changes in the WWE product and management, many former WWE Superstars released during McMahon’s era have returned in hopes of more creative freedom and development with The King of Kings leading the charge.
Bray was positioned to be one of the top-tier talents in the WWE ever since he was repackaged into his cult leader character after a failed run as Husky Harris. Wyatt’s creative expertise and in-ring acumen made him a box office attraction leading him to ride the wave of success in the WWE winning multiple championships and battling some of the top Superstars of the company like The Undertaker, John Cena, Roman Reigns, and Randy Orton.
– Windham6 pic.twitter.com/lZaqeXGFIk
— WYATT 6 (@Windham6) August 7, 2022
His last run under the demonic and terrorizing gimmick, The Fiend was considered one of the major attractions of the WWE product producing some of the best storylines and matches. Despite immense success both in and outside the squared circle, Wyatt was released by WWE back in July 2021 citing creative differences and difficulty working with the top management, especially former WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon.
With Vinnie Mac out of the door and Triple H leading WWE into a completely revamped creative direction under his regime, rumors have been spreading like a wildfire about Wyatt’s impending return to the company.
Wyatt ignited the speculations further with cryptic posts and tweets while also reverting back to his old WWE ring name on Twitter, WYATT6.
Latest social media activity of Bray Wyatt almost confirms his return to WWE
Look whos just followed back wwe pic.twitter.com/VSq9VR5H34
— Xero News (@NewsXero) August 31, 2022
Adding fuel to these events was a recent activity by Wyatt. As reported by Xero News on Twitter, Bray Wyatt’s Instagram handle indicates that he followed back WWE’s official Instagram account.
This could be another huge hint signaling his huge WWE comeback, which could very well happen tonight at WWE’s first stadium show in the United Kingdom in nearly thirty years, WWE Clash at the Castle taking place on September 3 at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.