Update On Bo Dallas' WWE Future

Bo's father Mike Rotunda has spoken about his son's future.

This past Friday, it was announced that Mike Rotunda will be inducted into this year's class of the WWE Hall of Fame (alongside Barry Windham as a member of The US Express tag team). 

As well as his own stellar 20-year in-ring career, Rotunda is also the father of Bo Dallas and the late Bray Wyatt. 

Speaking with the Cheap Heat podcast, the former five-time WWE Tag Team Champion discussed the legacy of his sons, saying: 

"Bray Wyatt and the Wyatt Family was one of my favourite gimmicks of all time. Both boys, I think they could have gotten a lot more mileage out of Bray Wyatt and the Wyatts, and also with Bo. Bo was the youngest NXT Champion they ever had. He was probably 18 or 19 years old. He caught the business quickly".

When host Peter Rosenberg remarked that fans were excited to see what Bo will do next, Rotunda replied: "Hopefully, it'll get written shortly".

Dallas portrayed the Uncle Howdy character prior to Bray's passing in August of last year. His father also noted, "They're both so talented. Now, Bo is going to get a chance and we'll see what he can do".

Earlier this year it was reported that the 33-year-old was working on a Bray Wyatt project with WWE. It is unknown exactly when Bo will return to WWE television.

H/T Fightful

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