Velveteen Dream has been popping up on social media from time to time nowadays. That doesn’t mean his WWE return is in the cards, but he’s still posting. Now, he’s showing off a new look that includes a ponytail.

Velveteen Dream had return to social media recently with a strange post. Some thought that it might have been a tease of a return, but it was certainly venting and out of the ordinary behavior.

The former WWE NXT North American Champion posted on social media to reveal that he’s been letting his hair grow out. He now rocks a pretty nice-sized ponytail. This is a bit of a different look for him, but Patrick Clark pulls it off.

Velveteen Dream’s name brought a lot of controversy when he was around WWE, and that’s no secret. He couldn’t appear on television without #FireVelveteenDream trending on social media.


WWE actually came close to bringing Velveteen Dream back, but that didn’t happen. The former NXT North American Champion has pulled a few stunts since disappearing from the radar to gain attention.

Velveteen Dream had a ton of potential, but issues outside the ring got in the way of things. He was arrested for cocaine possession, and he’s still dealing with those charges. That doesn’t even include the allegation about him sending an explicit photo to minors, and also calling them. You can click here for that audio.

We will have to see what is next for Velveteen Dream, but he certainly seems ready for the spotlight again. The biggest question is who is going to give it to him. You may check out the video of Dream’s new ponytail below.

What’s your take on Velveteen Dream? Was he a huge waste of potential? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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