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To Honor Bray Wyatt : WWE Reportedly Continuing Funhouse And Wyatt 6 Storyline

To honor Bray Wyatt, there are reports that WWE will continue the Funhouse and Wyatt6 storylines that were taking place at the time of his sudden passing.

To Honor Bray Wyatt
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To honor Bray Wyatt, there are reports that WWE will continue the Funhouse and Wyatt6 storylines that were taking place at the time of his sudden passing.

To Honor Bray Wyatt : WWE Reportedly Continuing Funhouse And Wyatt 6 Storyline

On August 24, the wrestling world lost most of the creative minds in Bray Wyatt. He was only 36, with his death being associated to a heart attack. He left behind several children, an ex-wife and fiancée.

Tributes poured from wrestlers around the world. WWE and AEW also paid respect during their telecast.

Wyatt, who returned to WWE after last year’s Extreme Rules, only worked one match. He defeated LA Knight a gimmick match to promote Mountain Dew.

He began a program with Bobby Lashley, but it was stopped immediately. Wyatt had COVID and he was was not cleared until days before his tragic passing.

Now, BWE noted how WWE is looking to keep the Firefly Funhouse and Wyatt 6 stable going on TV. 

“The idea of the Funhouse and Wyatt6 are still on the table,” stated BWE. “All parties agreed to move on with it and deliver what’s best to honor the name of Bray. It’s a matter of timing now.”

To Honor Bray Wyatt
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There were plans for a stable with Bray Wyatt, Uncle Howdy (Bo Dallas), Alexa Bliss and Eric Young). We have seen Uncle Howdy since Wyatt was removed from TV, Bliss is expecting her first child and Young was granted his release once Vince McMahon retuned to power.

There are so many questions about where the Wyatt character, and his alter egos, were headed. Maybe, continuing the storyline will bring some closure.

If WWE goes forward to honor Bray Wyatt by keeping his storylines going, they might not be too great. Wyatt’s creativity was so special.

To Honor Bray Wyatt
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So, to honor Bray Wyatt, is WWE doing the right thing?

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