The wrestling world was sent into massive shock with the sudden passing of one of the most remarkable and top-tier talents, Bray Wyatt last summer. However, WWE has chosen to immortalize his legacy with a special project that has now begun production.

There had been earlier reports of the company planning a special project for The Eater of Worlds. However, according to the latest update by PWInsider, the project is now underway with WWE working on it for the past several weeks.

Bray’s real-life brother, Bo Dallas has been interviewed during a trip to Pittsburgh on January 11th. The appearance in Steel City connects back to Wyatt’s career as it is the same city where Jason Baker’s Callosum Studio, which created The Fiend’s Mask is located.

It only seems relevant that WWE must have filmed content at the aforementioned location. Furthermore, there is no major update on the nature of the entire project.


Bray Wyatt passed away in August 2023 reportedly due to a cardiac arrest, leaving behind his family of two children and his loving fiance, former WWE announcer Jojo Offerman.

With WrestleMania season approaching, it could be interesting to see if WWE further etches his name in history with much-deserved WWE Hall of Fame induction.

Do you want to see Bray Wyatt inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2024? Sound off in the comments!

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