Bray Wyatt Seemingly Reacts To Latest Round Of WWE Releases

Wyatt was released by WWE in late July

Former WWE wrestler Bray Wyatt has seemingly reacted to the latest round of releases by his former employer.

As noted, 18 wrestlers across Raw, SmackDown and NXT were released by WWE on Thursday evening in what was billed as the latest round of 'budget cut' related departures from the roster. The likes of Karrion Kross, Keith Lee, Nia Jax, Ember Moon and many more found themselves out of the promotion. 

Wyatt, who himself was released by WWE in July, posted a short poem on Twitter in the aftermath of the releases, seemingly aimed at the individuals who had been released. The poem appears to have themes of finding the place where you're meant to be. 

It read: 

What do we do now?

We wait for the right place.

We wait for the right time.

Then we turn Rome to Ashes.

“Groveling in the muck of avarice”

I believe in you too

Wyatt's 90-day non-compete clause with WWE expired last weekend, leaving the former 'Fiend' free to undertake more work in the world of wrestling.

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