Bray Wyatt Reminds Wrestling World His WWE Non-Compete Expires In 2 Days
Wyatt is set to be a free agent...
Bray Wyatt has indicated he is ready for an immediate return to wrestling once his WWE non-compete expires in just a couple of days.
The former Wyatt - real name Windham Rotunda - took to Twitter on Wednesday evening to send a simple message: "2 more days" - an indication of when his 90-day non-compete clause with WWE runs out.
Wyatt was released from his WWE contract at the end of July amid speculation that 'The Fiend' was preparing for a return to the ring and live touring with the promotion. The 34-year-old has only wrestled one official match throughout 2021, competing at WrestleMania 37 in a losing effort to Randy Orton.
The former WWE Champion has been heavily linked with moves to both All Elite Wrestling and IMPACT Wrestling in the weeks since his WWE departure. AEW President Tony Khan has previously indicated he would be interested in speaking to Rotunda when the time is right.
Further reports have since suggested that a move to IMPACT seems unlikely for Rotunda.