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Bray Wyatt gets offered new entrance music after WWE release

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WWE recently revealed that now-former Superstar Bray Wyatt had been released from the company. The promotion confirmed the news at the weekend 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.

Despite his release from the company, it appears as though Bray Wyatt has already got help for his entrance theme on the independent scene.

Hardcore band Code Orange, who had a hand in the Let In Me theme for Wyatt in WWE, took to Twitter to tell the former Superstar that they will be of service should The Fiend need them.

Code Orange x Bray Wyatt

“gotcha on the next one brother Bray Wyatt” was the message from the band’s official Twitter account shortly after the former Universal Championship was released.

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Code Orange and fellow Hardcore band Incendiary also contributed to the ‘Root of All Evil’ theme that Aleister Black/Tommy End/Makakai Black used during his time in WWE.

Several former WWE Superstars have gone on to sign with AEW, such as the aforementioned Malakai Black, who also played a dark character on-screen for WWE and NXT before that.

Black could appear in AEW earlier than expected due to a clerical error which meant he had a 30-day non-compete rather than the standard 90 for a main roster Superstar. It’s unlikely that Bray only had 30-days on his non-compete and will be out of action for at least 90.

Check back for more on Wyatt as and when the story develops.

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