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Update On Bray Wyatt’s Return Date

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• Update On Bray Wyatt’s Return Date

There are different stories making rounds on the Internet regarding why we haven’t seen Bray Wyatt on WWE TV in a while now.

After being burned down by Randy Orton at TLC 2020, “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt was written off WWE programming for a few months.

The Fiend then returned in time for WrestleMania 37 and lost to Orton once again, this time after being distracted by Alexa Bliss.

According to the Dirty Sheets patreon page, Wyatt asked for some time off as he’s dealing with mental health issues.

Wyatt is coping with the death of his close friend Jon Huber (Luke Harper / Brodie Lee), who passed away in December 2020 due to idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.

While Wyatt was written off WWE TV before Huber’s death, Huber’s pending fate was known by many of his close friends several weeks in advance.

Wyatt agreed to return in time for WrestleMania, but Vince McMahon wasn’t happy with the shape Wyatt returned in.

Wyatt then expressed that he isn’t ready to be back and needs more time off, which resulted in what we saw at WrestleMania.

On the other hand, PWInsider is reporting that WWE Officials are keeping Wyatt off TV “on purpose”.

While no one can confirm whose report is correct, it looks like Wyatt’s return date is near.

After WWE announced the date and venue for SummerSlam 2021, Wyatt replied to it with a GIF of his own character to tease that he might return for the biggest event of the Summer.

You can check it out below:

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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Veteran Ted Arcidi celebrates his 63rd birthday today.

Famous Powerlifter Ted Arcidi was actually the first man in history to ever bench press 705.5 lbs (320 kg), before he joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1985.

Ted, who is considered one of the strongest Pro Wrestlers in history, wrestled for the WWF until February 1987 and then went to wrestle for Stu Hart’s Calgary Stampede Wrestling and Fritz Von Erich’s World Championship Wrestling.

His biggest claim to fame during his wrestling career was being an entrant in the famous WWF/NFL Battle Royal at WrestleMania 2.


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