Bray Wyatt was released from WWE and the pro wrestling world was shocked. Even those outside of the pro wrestling bubble took notice when Vince McMahon’s company released such a huge star. There are a lot of rumors about Bray Wyatt right now, but we can confirm one of those is not legitimate.
It was previously reported that Impact Wrestling is very interested in working with Windham Rotunda. AEW interest is obvious as well, but he is not showing up as soon as some hoped.
A report came out that Bray Wyatt might show up at AEW’s Dynamite in Rochester tonight. That is Brodie Lee’s hometown and it would have made for a huge moment. It might be best to not hold your breath on that one.
Ringside News has confirmed with our sources in AEW that nobody in the company has heard anything about Windham debuting for the company tonight. Tonight is incredibly unlikely for Wyatt’s debut, but that does not mean he will never become All Elite.
We exclusively reported on September 7th that Windham and AEW have spoken to each other. No note was given regarding a possible contract, because the former Bray Wyatt is still under his WWE non-compete clause.
There is a way that Wyatt can debut for AEW sooner than his 90-day non-compete clause would allow. As of this writing, we have heard nothing about him requesting for that clause to be waived.
AEW is dedicating tonight’s Dynamite in Rochester to Brodie Lee’s memory. Fans should expect a show crafted to pay homage to the Exalted One, but Bray Wyatt will not likely be a part of that tribute tonight unless something changes at the last minute.
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