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The Dark Order react to Bray Wyatt’s WWE release

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WWE recently revealed that now-former Superstar Bray Wyatt has been released from the company. The promotion confirmed the news last night on Twitter.

Wyatt had not been seen on WWE programming for some time; with his last televised appearance being at the WrestleMania 37 PPV event in Florida.

Following Wyatt being released from the company, many fans began suggesting that the former Wyatt Family leader join The Dark Order in AEW.

The Dark Order was previously led by Brodie Lee, the man known as Luke Harper in WWE and one of Bray Wyatt’s ‘followers.’

Some believe that this would be a fitting move for Wyatt, joining the stable of his fallen friend Brodie Lee and helping to take The Dark Order to another level in All Elite Wrestling.

The Dark Order on Bray Wyatt potentially joining

Evil Uno of The DO, however, doesn’t seem to agree. ‘Release, ’˜he should join Dark Order’, repeat,’ Uno tweeted out in reference to the comments from fans. Uno quickly followed it up with another tweet. ‘Evil Uno is the UNOfficial leader.’

It is unconfirmed at this time if Bray Wyatt will be heading to AEW and joining The Dark Order.

Here’s the current lineup for the next episode of AEW Dynamite: Homecoming.

  • TNT Championship Match ’“ Miro (c) vs Lee Johnson
  • Cody Rhodes vs Malakai Black
  • The Bunny vs Leyla Hirsch
  • Christian Cage vs The Blade
  • The Trials of Jericho: Chris Jericho vs Juventud Guerrera ’“ Jericho must win with a move from the top rope

AEW Dynamite is available to watch each and every week on TNT Network in the United States. The show is also available for viewers outside of the US on FITE TV as part of the AEW+ subscription service.

Check out all of our AEW Dynamite, Rampage, Dark and Dark:Elevation news here

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