Report: Update On Bray Wyatt's WWE Non-Compete Clause

No Rotunda debut for a little while, it seems

Ahead of the September 29 edition of Dynamite, rumours swirled that former WWE Champion Bray Wyatt (Windham Rotunda) could make his debut on the show if the former Fiend is AEW bound. Dynamite aired from Rochester, New York, the hometown of the late Brodie Lee, who was a close friend of Wyatt's. 

Wyatt ultimately didn't make his AEW debut last night and an update on Rotunda's WWE 90-day non-compete clause has emerged, courtesy of Fightful Select.

Sources close to Wyatt noted to Fightful that while they aren't positive, the former Fiend is believed to be under WWE's standard 90-day non-compete clause. Rotunda was released by WWE on July 31, meaning he would not be free to debut in another promotion until at least late October. 

There have been cases this year of WWE allowing released main roster and NXT talent out of their non-compete clauses early, but there is no word on if the company agreed to do so for Wyatt, nor if Rotunda has requested his clause be reduced. 

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