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2 Non-WWE Wrestlers Being Considered For Bray Wyatt’s New Stable

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• 2 Non-WWE Wrestlers Being Considered For Bray Wyatt’s New Stable

Ever since Bray Wyatt returned to WWE at Extreme Rules 2022, there has been rumors about him leading a new stable, which will be called “Wyatt 6”.

According to the Wrestling Observer, former IMPACT Wrestling star Vincent and former ROH wrestler Dutch are being considered as members of Wyatt’s new stable.

Vincent (who is 6 feet tall and weighs 190 lbs) was recently a part of the Honor No More stable in IMPACT.

He also had a 10 year run in Ring Of Honor Wrestling, where he was a 4-time ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Champion.

While some fans might feel that Vincent would not be a good fit for Wyatt’s stable, Dutch (6-foot-4, 336 lbs) certainly looks like a former Wyatt Family member:

Dutch ROH Wrestling

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• Old School Wrestling Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School Wrestling Legend “The Taskmaster” Kevin Sullivan celebrates his 73rd birthday today.

After making a name for himself various different NWA territories, Kevin Sullivan became the leader of his own faction in Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling, the infamous ‘Dungeon of Doom’.

Sullivan stayed with the promotion from 1994 till his release in early 2001, shortly before it was sold to Vince McMahon.

He also used to be a member of The Varsity Club from 1987 till 1989 and again in 1999/2000, alongside Mike Rotunda & Rick Steiner.


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