Thursday, June 20, 2024

Bray Wyatt To AEW Confirmed? Matt Hardy Drops A Major Tease

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Ever since Bray Wyatt’s 90-day non-compete clause has ended, fans have been waiting for his next move. Amid all the discussions, Matt Hardy has teased all the fans a big time, fuelling the rumours of Wyatt joining AEW.

It was today, Wyatt removed WWE from the Twitter username, giving a clear signal that he isn’t returning to WWE. Earlier, his username was ‘WWEBrayWyatt’ which has been now changed to ‘Windham6’. Now, after siding WWE from his list, Hardy has broken the internet with his cryptic Instagram post.

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Seems like Matt Hardy took a dig at WWE’s 90-day non-compete clause. Hardy shared pictures from the time he had partnered with Bray Wyatt in a tag team. Captioning the pictures, Hardy wrote, “#TBT 2018 It’s almost time to DELETE the dastardly NO-COMPETE.”

Check out the pictures below:


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As of now, Matt Hardy is signed to AEW under a name of “Big Money” Matt moniker. It seems like he has just hinted at reuniting with Bray Wyatt in AEW. Let’s see what unfolds with just a few hours to go for Friday’s Rampage.

Meanwhile, Wyatt was released from WWE on 31st July. This year saw releases of several big names and Wyatt’s inclusion in it was really a shocking one. Even WWE legend Mic Foley wasn’t happy with the decision of the company to let go Wyatt.

Taking to Twitter, Foley had written, “With @WWE’s release of @WWEBrayWyatt the company has lost a true visionary and a creative genius; one of the most innovative makers of mayhem pro-wrestling has ever seen. Here’s hoping Bray finds happiness and recreates himself once again – in wrestling, in life…or both.”

After his release, Bray Wyatt was bound by the 90-day non-compete clause which ended today. Now, he’s a free agent!

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