Bray Wyatt Wants Triple H To Bring Two Released Stars Back To WWE

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Now a month into his second run with WWE, Bray Wyatt has reportedly made pleas for Paul ‘Triple H’ Levesque to bring two other Superstars back to the company.

Bray Wyatt made his blockbuster return to WWE at Extreme Rules, emerging at the end of the show to a rapturous ovation. His comeback had been heavily teased in the weeks preceding the premium live event with the White Rabbit Project, as weekly hints teased that something was coming to WWE. Extreme Rules was confirmed as the arrival date ahead of the show.

In his return and the weeks since, a fleet of Bray Wyatt-esque characters have been featured across WWE programming. Numerous Firefly Fun House characters, as well as The Fiend, were stationed in the crowd at Extreme Rules, while recent WWE shows have seen Wyatt confronted by the mysterious Uncle Howdy. Various names have since been linked to the proposed faction, including Alexa Bliss, Grayson Waller, and Joe Gacy.

However, more likely to be behind some of the costumes are Bo Dallas and Erick Rowan, Wyatt’s real-life brother and former Wyatt Family brethren, respectively. Speaking in a new interview with GiveMeSport’s Louis Dangoor, WrestleVotes explained how Bray Wyatt has a tremendous level of respect backstage, and is reportedly trying to get both Dallas and Rowan back into the fold:

“There’s people that Bray likes, people he wants to work with. Bo Dallas is one of them and so is Erick Rowan. If Erick wants to come back, I’m sure they’d allow that, if Bray also wanted it.

So are they [WWE] going to make a faction of six? I don’t know. I think this whole Bray stuff is really a collaboration of what he wants to do, and they will listen. I know for a fact that they will listen to every single idea that man has, and they will try to do it to perfection. That’s the kind of respect that he has.”

Bo Dallas and Erick Rowan were let go from WWE in April 2021 and 2020, respectively. Dallas has since remained absent from the wrestling business, whereas Rowan – under the name of Erick Redbeard – has made appearances on the independent circuit and for All Elite Wrestling. The latter saw him wrestle as recently as the August 12 AEW Rampage, tagging with Danhausen in a loss to Austin and Colten Gunn.

H/T to GiveMeSport.