According to a report from Pwinsider, Bray Wyatt had “disappeared” from WWE’s internal memos several weeks before today’s news that he was being released. WWE had not made an official stance on Wyatt yet until now.
Speaking of Bray Wyatt’s release, WWE Superstar Alexa Bliss took to Twitter to react to the news. She said,
“I really am at a loss for words… thank you so much Windham for everything you’ve done for this company. The most fun I’ve had is working with you. Such an amazing talent & the most kind person. I’m just in shock.”
WWE posted the following video, showing the complete Test vs. The Undertaker match from SummerSlam 2002:
WWEShop.com is selling exclusive shirts for their WWE live events in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Detroit, Michigan. Fans will be able to purchase them at the venue:
— WWEShop.com (@WWEShop) July 30, 2021