Undertaker Wants Bray Wyatt Back In WWE, Big Addition To AEW

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Even though Bray Wyatt is no longer with WWE, the Undertaker hopes he comes home. Also, AEW has officially signed a deal with Jonathan Gresham.

Undertaker Wants Bray Wyatt Back In WWE

There was talk that Bray Wyatt could be a major star dating back to his Husky Harris days. People liked him during the original TV launch of NXT.

Then, he was sent back to the developmental territory, Florida Championship Wrestling. There, he would form the Wyatt Family alongside Luke Harper and Eric Rowan.

Truly a unique stable that disbanded several times. Eventually, only Wyatt was left and his gimmick had again changed.

Now, he was using an alter ego known as The Fiend. Seemingly, the The Fiend did not sell moves and many compared the character to the Undertaker.

Unfortunately, due to what sounds like backstage problems, Wyatt was released after WrestleMania 37. As for returning to WWE, the Undertaker addressed that earlier in the month.

“I hope things get worked out with him somewhere,” said Undertaker. “He is a phenomenal talent and I think he has a lot to offer this industry.” 

“So, I want to wish the best for him. Hopefully, at some point, he comes home.”

Undertaker and Wyatt did wrestle one singles match at WrestleMania 31. The result would see Undertaker secure the win.

Since being let go from WWE, there was plenty of talk where Wyatt might land. AEW, Impact Wresting and overseas where the top options. 

Although, the highly touted wrestler has not jumped back into the ring since being let go 9-months ago. Mostly, he has been dabbing in Hollywood.

Big Addition To AEW

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When Ring of Honor (ROH) went on hiatus after Final Battle, there were lots of questions. They released all thier talent and there was talk of relaunching the company in April.

Also, there were discussion about a possible sale. Before ROH could relaunch, AEW’s Tony Khan swooped in.

He purchased the entire company, including the video library. Of everything, the library is the most valuable item from the sale.

At Supercard of Honor on April 1, Jonathan Gresham defeated Bandido to unify their world titles. This also marked the first ROH show completely run by Khan.

Gresham will not be going anywhere as Fightful Select confirms he signed an AEW contract. The deal will also see him work regularly for ROH.

He wrestled at AEW’s Battle of the Belts II. There, he defeated former champion Dalton Castle to keep the gold; but was injured in the process. 

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