Former WWE superstar inviting Bray Wyatt to tag along at Indie Event

Former WWE Superstar Adam Scherr (Braun Strauman) invites Bray Wyatt to tag along with him

The Wyatt Family when in WWE, Bray Wyatt in C, Braun Strowman on L and Erick Rowan on R [Image: Twitter]
By Blesson Daniel | Jan 22, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

Windham (Bray Wyatt), a former Wyatt Family stablemate, has invited Adam Scherr (Braun Strowman) to tag with him at Northeast Wrestling’s WrestleFest XXVI event on Saturday.

As previously stated, Strowman and Erick RedBeard (aka Erick Rowan) will face nZo and WWE Hall of Famer Bully Ray in a tag team match at the MJN Convention Center in Poughkeepsie, NY.

Scherr encouraged Windham to attend the event as either a “friend or opponent” on his monthly program Control Your Narrative. Scherr shared a video from the Windham fan-run YouTube channel ITBeginsAgain. The idea of Windham reuniting the Wyatt Family on Saturday has been teased in a recent video on the channel.

“You know, you guys have heard that noise before, right? [Bray Wyatt’s entry is preceded by a flash sound]. If you haven’t seen what I’m talking about, just type in YouTube when you get done watching us, ‘Windham Rotunda’ and he’s up to something,” Scherr said.

Scherr added, “He flashed a graphic of Erick [Redbeard] and I versus nZo and Bubba [Bully Ray] this weekend in Poughkeepsie [for Northeast Wrestling] so, friend or foe, Windham, show up, come to Poughkeepsie. Answer your damn phone, anything. You wanna get these [hands]? Come get ‘em. You wanna come be my brother? Come on. I’m sure Erick would love to see you as well as the rest of the wrestling universe so, yeah, there’s that.”

Aside from Scherr, Redbeard, Bully Ray, and nZo, the Northeast Wrestling show will include AEW talents Malakai Black, Lucha Brothers, Eddie Kingston, and Thunder Rosa.

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Will Bray Wyatt head to Aew

John Silver wants the debate over whether or not Bray Wyatt will head The Dark Order to be settled once and for all.

Dark Order member John Silver was a recent guest on Brandon F. Walker’s Rasslin’ to talk about all things AEW. When questioned about the rumors that recently released WWE Superstars such as Wyatt will be joining the group to lead The Dark Order, Silver dismissed them.

“I hate that so much. We get tweets like that all the time,” John Silver said. “For a while, it was like anyone that got released from WWE was going to be the next leader, so I would just make tweets like, ‘Oh, I guess Adam Cole’s the next leader of the Dark Order!’ Anyone that doesn’t make sense. ‘Oh, it’s going to be Bray [Wyatt] right?’ No, it’s not.”

Bray Wyatt’s WWE non-compete agreement expired at the end of October, and his supporters expected to see him in the ring with another organization by now.

But, despite reports that he’s now working on a horror film, Wyatt has kept fairly silent for the most part during the previous several months. Until Wyatt makes an appearance, conjecture will continue to abound.

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