Bray Wyatt Teases WrestleMania Appearance

Bray Wyatt

Bray Wyatt has revealed that he’s arrived in Dallas, the home of WrestleMania 38, before seemingly hinting that he could be appear at the event.

Windham Rotunda, better known as Bray Wyatt hasn’t wrestled inside a WWE ring since WrestleMania 37 where he was defeated by Randy Orton. The very next night on Monday Night Raw, Wyatt appeared in a Firefly Funhouse segment where he hinted that change was coming.

However, the popular star wouldn’t appear on WWE television again before being released on July 31st.

Despite much speculation to the contrary, Wyatt is yet to return to wrestling in any way.

Throughout his career, Wyatt has proven to be something of an expert when it comes to teasing fans and giving little hints about his next move. Interestingly, a recent post on social media, may have cryptically done just that.

Much like vast sections of the wrestling world, Wyatt has arrived in Dallas, Texas for WrestleMania weekend. The star wrote that WrestleMania week has always been special, and he has missed the energy that it creates. In the post he said that he would reply to six questions over the next hour. The last line in the message read, “Keep in mind I hate ruining surprises.”

While this could simply mean that he didn’t want to discuss potential spoilers regarding the show, it also hinted that he wouldn’t comment on his own potential involvement. This has led to speculation from fans, who wonder whether Wyatt may be about to complete a stunning return to the company.

In the Q&A, Wyatt confirmed that he plans to wrestle again, and feels healthier than he ever has.

It should also be noted that Wyatt is scheduled to appear at the WrestleCon event, over the upcoming weekend.

Another star reportedly in line for a stunning return to WWE is Cody Rhodes. The former AEW star has been heavily linked with an appearance as Seth Rollins’ mystery opponent. In his own posts on social media, Rollins has teased that his opponent could be any number of legends and free agents.