We may soon have another member of the Rotunda family joining WWE.
According to a new report from F4WOnline’s Bryan Alvarez, the younger brother of Bray Wyatt, Bo Dallas, is expected to be back at WWE “very soon.”
Dallas was dropped by the company back on April 15, 2021 in a group of releases made by the promotion, this after being in WWE for 13 years. Joining him in cuts in that April batch was Samoa Joe, Mickie James, Chelsea Green, Tucker, Kalisto, Jessie McKay (fka Billie Kay), and Cassie Lee (fka Peyton Royce).
During his time with WWE, Bo Dallas was featured in a tag team with Curtis Axel named “The B-Team,” who would have a stint as WWE Raw Tag Team Champions. Individually, Dallas is a WWE 24/7 Champion, and also held the NXT Championship. Dallas’ last match in WWE was at the 2019 Crown Jewel Premium Live Event, where he would compete in a World Cup Tag Team Turmoil match being paired with Axel.
It should also be noted that Dallas is currently in a relationship with Liv Morgan, who recently lost the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship to Ronda Rousey at Extreme Rules. On the business side of things, Dallas and Morgan already work together, collectively running a farm. During his time away from wrestling, Dallas has also been involved in the real estate industry.
Bo Dallas’ brother, Bray Wyatt, made his return to WWE at Saturday’s Extreme Rules to close out the show after the Seth Rollins-Matt Riddle main event, revealing himself to be behind the “White Rabbit” mystery. For weeks now, WWE has been releasing QR codes and blasting “White Rabbit” by Jefferson Airplane in arenas across the country, leading to Extreme Rules.
The father of Bray Wyatt and Bo Dallas is “IRS” Mike Rotunda, also known as “Mr. Wallstreet” and a member of the New World Order faction during his time in WCW. Their grandfather is Blackjack Mulligan, a WWE Hall of Famer.