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Bray Wyatt Issues 1st Statement After Making WWE Return At Extreme Rules

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• Bray Wyatt Issues 1st Statement After Making WWE Return At Extreme Rules

After over a year, Bray Wyatt has finally returned to WWE.

In the main event of last night’s Extreme Rules 2022 premium live event, Matt Riddle defeated Seth Rollins in a Fight Pit Match via Submission.

After the match, UFC Hall Of Famer Daniel Cormier (who was the Special Guest Referee for this match) raised Riddle’s hand on the entrance stage and the lights immediately went off.

Wyatt then made his long awaited return to the company.

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A fan posted a video of his daughter getting excited after Wyatt returned and wrote:

“My daughter stayed up all night for Bray Wyatt and wasn’t disappointed 😂😂😂. Welcome back @Windham6 #ExtremeRules”

Wyatt saw the video and replied:

“This is why. I missed you too. All of you.”

Tap here to read the complete results from Extreme Rules.

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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Veteran “Big Stevie Cool” Stevie Richards (Real name: Michael Manna) turns 51 today.

Richards made a name for himself in Eastern Championship Wrestling / Extreme Championship Wrestling from 1994 till 1997, where he was a member of Raven’s stable ‘Raven’s Nest’ and more importantly a member of the bWo, the ‘Blue World Order’, a parody of WCW’s nWo New World Order faction.

He wrestled for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1997, again as a member of Raven’s faction, which was now called ‘Raven’s Flock’.

In 1999, Vince McMahon signed Richards to a World Wrestling Federation contract as a full time main roster wrestler, and Stevie ended up staying with the promotion for 9 years till 2008.

Easily the most memorable storyline he was involved in during his time in the WWF (later renamed WWE) was in 2000 & 2001 when he called himself “Steven Richards” and became the leader of his own faction ‘Right to Censor’.


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