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Bray Wyatt: HUGE rumour on creative plans they had for him at WrestleMania 39

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The wrestling world was left in shock when Bray Wyatt, a beloved figure in the WWE universe, was taken off television on the road to WrestleMania 39.

His sudden absence left fans wondering about the creative plans WWE had in store for him. Recent revelations have shed light on some of the intriguing storylines that were in the works.

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Bray Wyatt: The Original Anticipated Return

Bray Wyatt’s absence from television was felt deeply by fans and fellow wrestlers alike. His unique character and storytelling ability made him a standout figure in the WWE.

There were whispers about his potential return, especially with WrestleMania 39 on the horizon. However, the wrestling community was left heartbroken when he never made that anticipated return due to his untimely passing.

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The Pitch: Bray Wyatt vs Uncle Howdy

One of the most talked-about rumours was the potential match between Bray Wyatt and Uncle Howdy. This storyline was reportedly pitched by Rob Fee, who was brought on board to assist with Bray Wyatt’s return narrative.

Although this match was a tantalising prospect, insiders suggest that it might not have come to fruition.

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Collaborations with Karrion Kross

Karrion Kross, another prominent figure in WWE, had also hinted at potential collaborations with Bray Wyatt. In a conversation with Chris Van Vliet, Kross divulged that there were plans for him to work alongside Wyatt for WrestleMania 39.

This collaboration would have also seen involvement from Scarlett and Alexa Bliss: “We had ideas with Alexa and Bo and Scarlett. You know, and then everything happened the way it did.

“But he left a mark on anybody and everybody that he ever met. And it’s just very strange the way everything kind of just played out, like, beautiful and tragic.

“And he was always an inspiration to me and always showed me warmth. He showed everybody warmth, you know what I mean? But I just have so many, I have more stories than we have time to share. But we were cool, and I’ll never forget him.”

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The Mysterious Wyatt6 Faction

Another intriguing rumour was the formation of the Wyatt6 faction. This faction was rumoured to include Dutch and Vincent.

While there was significant buzz around this, a member of the creative team apparently indicated to Ringside News that the plans for the Wyatt6 faction weren’t as advanced as many believed.

A Legacy that Lives On

Despite the tragic loss of Bray Wyatt, his legacy continues to resonate within the wrestling community. Many wrestlers, including Karrion Kross, got tattoos in tribute to Wyatt, showcasing the profound impact he had on their lives.

His ability to inspire and connect with both colleagues and fans was unparalleled.

FAQ

  • Who was Bray Wyatt?
    • Bray Wyatt was a renowned WWE wrestler known for his unique character and storytelling prowess.
  • What were the plans for Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania 39?
    • There were several creative pitches, including a potential match with Uncle Howdy and collaborations with Karrion Kross, Scarlett, and Alexa Bliss.
  • What was the Wyatt6 faction?
    • The Wyatt6 faction was a rumoured group that might have included wrestlers like Dutch and Vincent.
  • How did the wrestling community react to Bray Wyatt’s passing?
    • Bray Wyatt’s passing was a significant loss, and many wrestlers paid tribute to him, with some even getting tattoos in his memory.
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