A new trademark filing has revealed the ring name Bray Wyatt could be planning to use going forward.
After 12 years with WWE, Bray Wyatt was released from his contract on 31 July. During his time there, the Eater of Worlds was an incredibly popular superstar whether as the patriarch of The Wyatt Family or under a mask as his demonic alter-ego, The Fiend. He also captured several titles, most notably the WWE Championship and, on two occasions, the Universal Championship. He had his final WWE match with Randy Orton at WrestleMania 37.
His release was met with speculation on what Bray Wyatt would do next, with most people thinking a move to All Elite Wrestling was on the cards. However, rather than jumping to the next major promotion once his 90-day non-compete clause was up, Wyatt has remained a free agent.
Despite this, he has been actively teasing a return to the ring on social media, posting cryptic messages and making several changes to his Twitter handle over the past few months. The most recent of these changes was to take on the name ‘Wyatt 6’.
Now, WrestlingNews.co has reported that the real-life Windham Rotunda has filed to trademark Wyatt 6 for clothing purposes, indicating that he plans to use it for merchandise, potentially ahead of his return to wrestling.
“Mark For: WYATT 6™ trademark registration is intended to cover the categories of hats; Shirts; Sweatshirts; Bandanas; Hooded sweatshirts.”
As well as cryptic posts about his future, Bray Wyatt recently posted a photo from his past, sharing a backstage picture with the rest of the Wyatt Family as well as a photobombing Roman Reigns.