Bray Wyatt Offered Lucrative Contract, Tyson Fury’s WWE Future

Bray Wyatt Lucrative Contract
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Bray Wyatt has been offered a lucrative contract from an up-start company, which is too good to pass. Also, what’s next for Tyson Fury in WWE?

Bray Wyatt Offered Lucrative Contract

When Vince McMahon was running WWE, they were making profits during the pandemic because they fired many people. It was sad to see people lose their jobs while a billionaire became richer.

There were a good amount of people let go over two years, with some not being a surprise. Although, letting the the likes of “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman go was highly questionable. 

Strowman has only wrestled a few times since departing. Although, he seems to be heading back to WWE.

As for Wyatt, he has not wrestled since being fired. He has dropped some cryptic tweets, but that is it.

Freddie Prinze Jr Preparing For Something Major?

Fightful’s Sean Sapp reports that Wyatt did receive a lucrative contract from a new company. The new promotion is believed to be run by Freddie Prinze Jr.

“There is standing offer from a startup wrestling company for Bray Wyatt to join,” said Sapp. “We haven’t heard if he has any interest or has accepted, but were told that it’s a serious offer.” 

“Though that can mean different things to different people. It was heavily implied that it would be Freddie Prinze Jr’s eventual wrestling company, though not explicitly stated.”

“Upon returning to WWE, it was revealed that Prinze had planned to have [Karrion] Kross heavily featured in his plans moving forward, but had to adjust as a result. We haven’t learned if Wyatt was planned prior to that.”

Sapp continued how AEW showed at least some interest in Wyatt. It has been reported how both sides spoke, but money was the biggest factor.

The Fiend character was so over with fans that many figured it was the next Undertaker. Although, Vince McMahon and Wyatt seemed to butt heads about creative.

Also, it is known Vince wanted Wyatt to be in better shape. With Triple H running creative, maybe he can convince Wyatt to return like he has already done with other talent.

Tyson Fury’s WWE Future

Bray Wyatt Lucrative Contract

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You had to figure Tyson Fury would somehow get involved at Clash At The Castle and he did. First, he stopped Austin Theory from cashing in Money In The Bank with one punch.

After the main event, he entered the ring and had a stare down with Roman Reigns. It seemed to be a moment of respect between the two.

Next, Fury closed the show with Drew McIntyre. In a classic Fury move, he sent the crowd home singing some hit songs.

At the post-event press conference, Fury was one of many people present. They wanted to know if the undefeated heavyweight boxing champion was part of WWE.

“Right now, I’m a heavyweight boxing champion and I have a number of fights to take care of,” said Fury. “But as you can see I have a passion for WWE.” 

“I’ve done Crown Jewel, here, and a couple of events as well. So, never say never. Let’s just say that Triple H is here, and I’d definitely be open to it in the future, for sure.”

The past few years have seen Fury get involved in WWE storylines. The biggest was probably Crown Jewel, where he took on Braun Strowman.

Fury won after knocking Strowman outside the ring. Strowman did not beat the count of ten and lost.

There is tons of passion in Fury and he seems to do what he pleases. I could see Fury teaming with McIntyre to take on Reigns and someone from the Bloodline.

My guess, is November’s Crown Jewel from Riyadh, Riyadh Province in Saudi Arabia.

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