Bull Buchanan Could Make First WWE Appearance In Two Decades

Bull Buchanan as a member of Right To Censor

A new report has led to rumours that Bull Buchanan could make his first appearance on WWE television for twenty years, as he’s set to be working with the company next week.

The returns have come thick and fast with Triple H as the new Head Of Talent Relations and Head Of Creative for WWE. The likes of Dakota Kai, Johnny Gargano, Karrion Kross and Scarlett have all made a return to the company – and for the latter as a character far more similar to we saw when ‘The Game’ was at the helm of NXT.

There has also been increasing speculation that Braun Strowman could be one of the next names to head back to WWE, with reports indicating that he could be back as soon as this coming Monday’s edition of Raw in Kansas City.

Whilst these names are familiar in the recent history of WWE, there is now also a report from Mike Johnson at Pro Wrestling Insider where Bull Buchanan is set to be working for WWE next week.

Bull Buchanan is set to be at the Performance Center, and whilst this does not necessarily mean he will appear on television, if he did so it would be the first time in two decades.

The report does also urge caution, as Buchanan may well be at the Performance Center as a special guest coach, similar to the roles Santana Garrett and Dave Taylor have had recently. Current NXT star Brooks Jensen is also Buchanan’s son.

Bull Buchanan signed with WWE in 1997, and went on to become a key faction member in The Truth Commission and Right To Censor. Following his release in 2003, he spent time in Japan for both Pro Wrestling NOAH and All Japan Pro Wrestling, before announcing his retirement in 2014. This was only halted briefly in 2019 when he came out of retirement to team with his son.