A new photo has emerged showing that Bray Wyatt still looks to be incredible shape months removed from his WWE release.
While WWE released a swathe of Superstars during 2021, one of the most shocking names was perhaps ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt who was let go on July 31st.
It was later reported by Andrew Zarian of The Mat Men podcast that, while budget cuts played a part in Wyatt’s release, the former Universal Champion had also been “a little difficult to work with”.
“Bray was being difficult. I’m going to fill in a lot and I’m not going to quote here. I have the quote but I don’t want to quote it. He was a little difficult, he had some performance issues in the ring, and he had some weight issues.”
Since his departure from WWE, there has been much speculation that Bray Wyatt would go on to sign with IMPACT Wrestling or AEW, however, he has yet to make a return to the squared circle. His first official public appearance has been announced for WrestleCon, which will take place in Dallas, Texas, on the weekend of WrestleMania 38.
Ahead of that appearance, however, former WWE Superstar John Morrison has taken to Twitter to share photographs showing him and Wyatt at the wedding of Disney writer Rob Fee and Ariana Basseri over the weekend.
Watching @RobFee & @ArianaBadasseri get hitched was the perfect example of how laughter and love complement each other 😍😍 a beautiful wedding & a great group of people to share the experience with 🙌🏼 pic.twitter.com/mhaQVF8hnU
— John Morrison (@TheRealMorrison) February 6, 2022
WrestlingNewsCo also shared another photo from the weekend showing that Wyatt looks to be in great shape even months removed from his last appearance in a wrestling ring at WrestleMania 37 where he was defeated by long-time rival Randy Orton.
Here is a recent photo of Bray Wyatt. Who else misses him? pic.twitter.com/cUJRAootWW
— Wrestling News (@WrestlingNewsCo) February 6, 2022
While fans continue to wonder which promotion Bray Wyatt will turn up in next, it has also been reported that he is heading to Hollywood with long-time collaborator Jason Baker.