In 2013, Bray Wyatt made his main roster debut alongside Luke Harper and Erick Rowan. Six years later, Wyatt debuted Firefly Fun House, sporting a new look. The Firefly Fun House also featured several puppets. After a few pre-recorded Firefly Fun House segments, Bray Wyatt returned to WWE television as The Fiend on the July 15th episode of RAW.
The Fiend last competed at WrestleMania 37, where he lost to Randy Orton. Three months later, WWE released Bray Wyatt from his contract as part of the budget cut.
Last year, Bray Wyatt was rehired by Triple H’s regime. Wyatt made his return to WWE at Extreme Rules PLE in October. However, Wyatt disappeared from WWE television once again in February this year. Wyatt isn’t medically cleared to wrestle.
In an interview with Alistair McGeorge of Metro.co.uk, WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker stated that Bray Wyatt should revert to his old persona.
“They need to back Bray’s character up to the original character, get away from – they’ve kind of got themselves booked into a situation where it’s kind of difficult for him to have matches. I think the original Wyatt Family Bray, that’s the money. I got to work with Bray at ‘Mania the year after I got concussed in the Brock match. I worked with Bray – I think a lot of him, and I like what he’s doing. I think they just have to figure out how to… they need to back it up I think. His promos, and then his ability to work – he’s an incredible, incredible worker but he’s not getting the opportunity to do it. I hope the best for him, I really do think a lot of him. We’ll see what happens there”
Earlier this year, Bray Wyatt and The Undertaker had a segment on RAW’s 30th-anniversary celebration show. The Phenom passed the torch to Wyatt during the segment.
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