Bray Wyatt’s WWE release is still a discussion point for fans, especially after Triple H’s takeover of creative was followed by The Game reversing a few releases his father-in-law made. Now, Wyatt has a message for fans.

Wyatt was released from his contract after months of staying off television. He was said to be very protective of his character, and he was released prior to any television return. All of that could change with one phone call from Triple H.

Windham Rotunda surprised fans when he spoke out on Twitter by randomly posting a message about pro wrestling. He made it clear that pro wrestling isn’t a “love story,” because it’s a “Fairy Tale for masochists.” This was quite a cleverly crafted message, to say the least.

Wrestling is not a love story, it’s a Fairy Tale for masochists. A comedy for people who criticize punchlines. A fantasy most can’t understand, a spectacle no one can deny. Lines are blurred. Heroes are villains. Budgets are cut. Business is business. But it can also be a land where Dead men walk. Where Honor makes you Elite. Where Demons run for office. And Rock bottom is a reason to rejoice. W00000! It’s an escape. A reason to point the blame at anyone but yourself for 2-3 hours. An excuse to be a kid again, and nothing matters except the moment we are in. Wrestling is not a love story, it’s much more. It’s hope.

We’ll have to see what fans have in store for them next. Bray Wyatt hasn’t appeared anywhere in a pro wrestling fashion since his release. Only time will tell if Triple H will decide to bring Bray Wyatt back, but Karrion Kross’ WWE return was met with a favorable reaction by the Eater of Worlds.

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H Jenkins

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