Mickie James reacted to Bray Wyatt’s WWE release, and she had a much different way of looking at it. After all, she recently went through her own release that was followed by a trash bag care package. She also had a lot to say about how WWE gave Bray Wyatt’s gimmick to someone else.

James took to Twitter and she sent out a scathing tweet aimed at WWE creative. She made reference to how Bray Wyatt created his gimmick, but then WWE had other plans. Those other plans consisted of taking Wyatt’s gimmick and not knowing how to book it before giving it away to continue making money off him after his release.

I think what you meant to say was: “Thank you so much for coming up with such an incredible gimmick(time & time again)one so cool & over, we really didn’t know how to book it right. So we just gave it to someone else so we can still make ALL the money off of it & let you go”

Alexa Bliss took a lot of shade after this tweet. She also had to set her profile to private due to the backlash. Fans started blaming Bliss for Wyatt’s WWE release, but she had nothing to do with it. Then James sent out a second tweet a while later to clarify that she was not talking about Bliss with that tweet.

This isn’t against Alexa. I love her. She’s an incredible performer who is killing it in a role she was given. She always does. We as artists take every role we’re given & turn it into gold. He, she, they both did that. Like it/not. Facts are facts. So sorry if that offends you.

We’ll have to see what’s next for Bray Wyatt. He will not be able to keep that name, because WWE owns it along with the rest of his creations including the Firefly Fun House. A 90-day non-compete clause will keep Wyatt from another company for now, but it has not been confirmed that such a clause is in place at this time.

The pro wrestling world gained a huge free agent with Bray Wyatt’s release, that is one thing that everyone can agree on.

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Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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