Bray Wyatt has dropped another cryptic post hinting at his wrestling future months after his WWE exit.
The former world champion, who was last seen on television in April as The Fiend and his Firefly Fun House alter ego before getting released at the end of July, has now dropped another tease possibly suggesting an update on his next move.
Alongside a photo of himself as The Fiend at WrestleMania 37 earlier this year, Wyatt – whose real name is Windham Rotunda – wrote: ‘Don’t worry…. I’ll feed ya baby birds. #KultOfWindham’
His fans have been calling themselves the Kult of Windham for a while now, but one potentially interesting connection is the reference to birds.
Early in his WWE run – when he was still under the cult leader guise at the head of the Wyatt Family – he would frequently urge his followers to ‘follow the buzzards’.
It might be a stretch, but it’s hard to rule anything in or out with Bray at the moment, particularly with this post coming with the picture of him from his time at The Fiend.
This was Bray’s first post since September 27, when he simply shared a picture of himself with Wyatt Family members Erick Rowan and the late, great Luke Harper standing across the ring from Daniel Bryan and The Usos.
It wasn’t the only tweet he sent out that night, as he responded to a news story about Seth Rollins wanting to ‘strangle’ Vince McMahon after his and Bray’s disastrous Hell In A Cell match in 2019, it seems he felt even worse.
Wyatt replied: ‘Wait until you hear my reaction.’
And earlier in the month, after a fan said they miss him, Bray replied: ‘Everything will be clear. I’ll see you all very soon. Revenge is a confession of pain.’
That would be enough on its own, but another fan responded with a gif of Wyatt as the Firefly Fun House host and added: ‘I’m so excited to see you bro!! It feels like it’s been years.’
This also caught the star’s eye, and he warned: ‘You’ve NEVER seen the real me.’
Bray certainly knows how to tease the fans, and all this came minutes after an out of character post praising Big E for winning the WWE Championship on Raw earlier in the week.
He tweeted: ‘I am late on this, and I wasn’t there. But Big E is the type of dude that the boys line up to congratulate. It’s a real good look.’
The new champ replied: ‘Incredibly sweet of you, my man. Thank you for your kindness.’
And Within the first hour of an episode of Monday Night Raw in August, Wyatt posted a haunting piece of artwork which appeared to be a new mask, which could be a hint at another evolution for The Fiend character.
Not giving too much away, he simply wrote alongside the picture: ‘You can’t kill it.’
Now, the question remains – what’s next for Bray?
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