Patrick Clark Jr., whom WWE fans and NXT enthusiasts know by Velveteen Dream, is teasing that something is on the way. Of course, that may not be welcomed by those who made #FireVelveteenDream trend whenever he appeared on television.

The former WWE NXT superstar posted a new Instagram bio that read, ‘DON’T DREAM IT BE IT #BringBackVelveteenDream.’ He garnered attention for this bio update.

Dream has gone public in the past and wanted people to listen to his story. As you know, he was released in May 2021 after reports of his behavioral issues did the rounds. The superstar, who had an excellent time in 2019, was accused of making inappropriate contact with minor in 2020 during the #SpeakingOut movement.

Velveteen Dream held the North American Championship during his time on the black and gold brand. He even fought some exceptional talent like Aleister Black, Ricochet, and EC3 during his first year on the company’s third brand.


While WWE’s current creative head, Triple H, denied any evidence of such an act in the company’s investigation, and Clark refuted the allegations, the fans didn’t like a superstar who had a bad image in front of the WWE Universe. The superstar felt under hot water due to these allegations.

It impacted his work, and he lost his match against the then NXT Champion Adam Cole. The former WWE superstar feuded with Kushida during his final days on WWE television.

Do you think Dream should return to WWE television? Chime in the comments below.

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Amit Shukla

Amit Shukla is a huge "Stone Cold' Steve Austin fan and movie buff who loves to write about wrestling. Favorite movies include Inception, and Ankhon Dekhi among others.

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