Following Bray Wyatt’s triumphant WWE return at Extreme Rules his father sent him a hilarious warning.
On October 8th Bray Wyatt returned to WWE a little over 14 months after being released by the company. As Extreme Rules came to a close, all of the characters from the Firefly Fun House appeared around the arena, sound-tracked by Wyatt singing “He’s got the whole world in his hands.”
This led to a video package and then the big reveal in person. Wyatt walked through a brightly lit doorway with signature lantern in hand to a spectacular ovation from the Philadelphia crowd.
However, while Wyatt basks in the glory of his return, his father delivered the kind of warning that only dad’s can get away with. Tipping the hat to his legendary character IRS, Mike Rotunda warned that not even his son can escape tax season.
Great to see my son back in @wwe, but nobody is safe come April.
— Mike Rotunda “IRS” (@irsmikerotunda) October 11, 2022
Mike Rotunda enjoyed a lengthy career which took him all over the world and to promotions such as the WWF, Jim Crockett Promotions, WCW and New Japan Pro Wrestling.
Since Bray Wyatt’s crowd-pleasing return it has since been reported that his brother Bo Dallas could also be on his way back to the company.
Following Wyatt’s comeback it has been reported that IMPACT Wrestling, AEW and AAA all reached out to him during his hiatus.
It has been confirmed that Bray Wyatt will make his next WWE appearance on the October 14th edition of Friday Night SmackDown.