Tony Khan: I Haven't Talked To Bray Wyatt About Joining AEW

Wyatt's non-compete expires at the end of the month

Tony Khan has addressed rumours about the former Bray Wyatt moving to All Elite Wrestling, claiming he and the former WWE Champion 'haven't really talked at all'.

Windham Rotunda - known as Wyatt in WWE - was released by the promotion in late July, and has been heavily linked with a move to AEW. It has also been reported that IMPACT Wrestling are interested in signing the former 'Fiend'.

With the 34-year-old's WWE non-compete clause expiring at the end of October, Wyatt will be available to join another promotion, but AEW President Khan says he hasn't spoken to Wyatt about moving to his promotion.

When asked on WFAN if Wyatt could join his company, Khan said: "Certainly, that name would never be (used). He's a great wrestler and I have to be honest, we haven't really talked at all.

"I've known him in personal life and have gotten to spend a little bit of time with him, but as far as that, we haven't talked. I saw lots of rumors, but that isn't something anyone has really talked about, but you never know."

H/T Fightful

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