WWE Superstars Respond To The Fiend Bray Wyatt’s Shocking Release – .

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WWE Superstars Respond To The Fiend Bray Wyatt’s Shocking Release – .


On Saturday, July 31, WWE announced that “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt had been released from the company after 12 years.

In a report on Twitter WWE said, “WWE has accepted the exit of Bray Wyatt. We wish him the best in all his future endeavors. “

Wyatt (real name Windham Rotunda) was considered one of the most creative minds in the business and his release came as a shock to fans and fellow wrestlers.

On Twitter, Alexa Bliss, who played a character influenced by The Fiend on Raw, wrote, “I’m really at a loss for words… thank you so much Windham for all you’ve done for this business.

“The most fun I have had is working with you. Incredible talent and the nicest person. I’m just in shock. “

Alexa has since changed her Twitter account to private.

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Sasha Banks wrote: “He’s got the world in his hands,” while NXT’s Isaiah ‘Swerve’ Scott wrote, “You inspired me.”

Mick Foley added: “With the release of BrayWyatt by WWE, the company has lost a true visionary and a creative genius; one of the most innovative pro wrestling manufacturers ever. Hopefully Bray finds happiness and recreates himself once again – in wrestling, in life… or both. “

Mickie James, who was released by WWE earlier this year, quotes WWE’s Twitter statement regarding Wyatt’s exit and added: “I think what you meant was, ‘Thank you so much for finding something so amazing (time and time again), such a cool and finished thing, we really didn’t know how to book it properly. ”

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It was reported by Dave Meltzer from Wrestling Observer that Wyatt’s exit was due to “budget cuts” in WWE.

Wyatt had been with the company for 12 years, first appearing in NXT as Husky Harris. Shortly after his debut, he would be part of The Nexus, a faction eventually led by CM Punk.

In 2012, he made his debut as Bray Wyatt, a cult leader who would go on to form The Wyatt Family with Luke Harper and Erik Rowan.

Wyatt moved to the WWE Main List in 2012, his biggest game coming two years later when he lost to John Cena at WrestleMania XXX.

In 2019, he kicked off a new take on Wyatt through the “Firefly Fun House” segments where he appeared as a deranged character much like Mr. Rodgers putting on a show with puppets.

He then made his in-ring debut as The Fiend at SummerSlam, beating Finn Balor, and won the Universal Championship in October.

Wyatt is the son of ’80s WWE Superstar IRS and brother to former NXT Champion Bo Dallas, released in April.

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