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Bray Wyatt’s Private Conversation About His 2022 WWE Return Unveiled

Bray Wyatt was taken from us far too soon at the age of 36-years-old. His passing still hits hard with pro wrestling fans, and his genius abilities in the ring and his knack for storytelling was amazing as well. Sadly, he left so much on the table and so many stories untold when he passed away, but his return to WWE in 2022 was certainly something special.

While speaking on the Out of Character podcast, Tyson Kidd revealed that he helped train Bray Wyatt for his 2022 return. Wyatt showed up to a training session with other wrestlers, even when Kidd offered to do a private session.

Tyson Kidd said that Bray Wyatt offered suggestions and advice to the people who were present at that session. He was also very excited about the prospect of his return to the company.

“He texted me and said, ‘Hey, I think I’m ready to get back in the ring a little bit.’ This is last August, actually. I said, ‘Yea, no problem.’ So we’re going back and forth, and he was like, ‘When are you training?’ I said, ‘I’m training at this time, at five or six, but if you want to meet at noon, if you want to meet at one, I’ll meet you anytime.’ At first, he was like, ‘Okay, let’s kind of do it privately’, and then he was like, ‘Actually, I’ll just show up at your practice.’ He did, and he was so helpful with every person there. He kept pulling guys aside and giving them little bits of advice.”

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“He pulled me aside, and he said, ‘Man, I love what you’re doing here. Our minds combined, we’re gonna do some special things. This is a chance to do some very special stuff in the business. Then at that point, I don’t know if he was either kayfabing me or not. At this point, he was telling me he hadn’t quite re-signed yet, and he wasn’t sure what was in the works. Then he did obviously re-sign. I remember I had a little talk with him maybe a few weeks after he re-signed, and I was like, ‘Man, I’m so excited for this run’, and he said, ‘Yes. This is going to be the run.’ I wholeheartedly believe if physically he had been good, I think he was about to really blow people’s minds.”

Bray Wyatt is gone, but he will never be forgotten. His passing will be remembered as one of the saddest days in WWE history, and a slew of amazing tributes followed.

JoJo Offerman recently spoke out where she paid tribute to Bray Wyatt as well. We can only imagine her loss, and our thoughts are still with their entire family.

What’s your favorite Bray Wyatt moment? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

September 13, 2023 2:52 pm

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