Bray Wyatt made his WWE comeback after more than a year of absence. Last Saturday at Extreme Rules, he made his return following the Fight Pit Match between Matt Riddle and Seth Rollins. Wyatt’s father Mike Rotunda recently Indicated via social media that a released WWE superstar joining forces with his son in WWE.
In an intriguing tweet, Mike Rotunda appeared to imply that a superstar who had been dismissed from WWE might team up with his son. Mike Rotunda had two runs in the Stamford-based company. Rotunda and his brother-in-law Barry Windham competed as a tag team under the name U.S. Express during his initial run in the middle of the 1980s.
Additionally, “Captain” Lou Albano served as the pair’s manager. Rotunda recently tweeted a picture of the U.S. Express with him and Windham standing behind Albano. He positioned a second, altered version of the photograph above it, this time with his kids Bray Wyatt and Bo Dallas standing behind him.
Bryan Alvarez of the Wrestling Observer recently stated that Bo Dallas, Wyatt’s brother, would possibly join the company shortly.
“From multiple sources, Bo Dallas should be back very soon.”
Some followers interpreted their father’s most recent post as another indication that Dallas will support his brother’s new group within the Stamford-based business. Check out the tweet below.
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