The Eater of Worlds Bray Wyatt was in the headlines in the weeks leading up to WWE’s first stadium show in the United Kingdom in nearly three decades, WWE Clash at the Castle. However, all speculations and rumors fell flat as Wyatt did not appear at the event, to the disappointment and displeasure of many wrestling fans hoping to see the lights going off in the Principality Stadium, signaling the resurgence of one of the most terrorizing Superstars in the history of WWE.
Many fans also speculated Wyatt to be the decisive factor in the outcome of the main event, which saw Roman Reigns escaping Cardiff with the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship defeating the home crowd fan favorite Drew McIntyre, thanks to a timely assist by the newest member of the Bloodline, Solo Sikoa.
However, it looks like Wyatt has not signed with WWE just yet. According to the recent report by Fightful Select, Bray Wyatt has received an offer to become a part of a startup wrestling promotion (the name of the organization is unknown at the moment):
“Fightful Select has learned that there is standing offer from a “startup wrestling company” for Bray Wyatt to join. We haven’t heard if he has any interest or has accepted, but were told that it’s a “serious” offer, though that can mean different things to different people.”
Fightful Select has learned of a very out of left field offer on the table for Bray Wyatt.Advertisement
— Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com (@SeanRossSapp) September 3, 2022
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The same report also indicates a chance at Wyatt’s return to the WWE under the new regime led by Triple H. The WWE E.V.P and new Head of Creative spoke about highly about the former WWE Universal Champion in a recent interview with BT Sport. When asked to describe The Man with the whole world in his hands, he said:
“One of the most crazy creative people I’ve ever been around.”
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Bray Wyatt: "One of the most crazy creative people I've ever been around."
— WWE on BT Sport (@btsportwwe) September 2, 2022Advertisement
Bray Wyatt was released from the WWE back in July 2021 citing creative differences and difficulty to work with, especially Vince McMahon. It is yet to be seen where the former Wyatt family Leader would eventually land up going forward.