• Bray Wyatt may have teased his return to the ring with a series of cryptic tweets
  • Wyatt was included in the 2021 round of releases due to budget cuts within WWE
  • His latest name change on Twitter seems to hint that he will return to WWE sooner than expected

Pro-wrestling fans have been eagerly waiting for the day when Bray Wyatt was going to enter the squared-circle once again, and the former WWE star’s recent comments have given them hope.

Wyatt posted a series of tweets that seemed to hint that his return to the ring is inevitable.

“Everything good that’s ever happened to me, first came a period of horrible suffering. I never ask why, I just wait for the rough part to end. I was chosen for whatever reason. And I’ve got shit to do. It doesn’t hurt anymore, it burns. I’m ready now,” Wyatt initially wrote.

He then followed it up with a statement aimed at those who have been speculating on his future plans without any basis.

“I’m tired of watching. Wherever and whenever I decide to return, I’ll remind everyone why they know my name. Again. And again. Believe in me,” he stated.

But the tweet that set it all off was his final comment on the matter.

“Patience. It’s almost time.”

Many fans were understandably dismayed when news broke that Wyatt was surprisingly released by WWE as part of its roster budget cuts in 2021.

Since that time, those interested in the career of Wyatt have been following the cookie-crumb trail of whether he plans to return to pro-wrestling or not.

To his credit, Wyatt has kept his plans so tightly under wraps that no leaks have ever come out, save for those he lets out to the public from time to time.

There was a long-standing rumor that Wyatt was going to wrestle again after he tweeted “two more days” on October 28, 2021.

It would turn out to be a red herring as he was referring to a project that he was a part of which was not related to the crazy world of pro wrestling.

However, Wyatt’s recent comments make it seem that he is closer to a pro-wrestling appearance than ever before.

Promotions like Impact Wrestling and All Elite Wrestling (AEW) all made a play for Wyatt during his time in free agency, but his asking price was reportedly too high at the time.

This tracks as Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer reported that Wyatt’s WWE contract was worth around $4 million at the time of his release.

The most interesting clue in all of this is Wyatt changing his Twitter name to “WYATT 6,” which could indicate his sixth gimmick within WWE and him possibly returning at Hell in a Cell which is slated to happen on Sunday, June 5.

All of this will remain speculation until Wyatt himself makes the announcement or when he shocks everyone by making an appearance on live TV with whichever promotion.