Ex-WWE Star Says Wyatt Sicks Member Will Thrive In New Role

WWE Wyatt Sicks

The Wyatt Sicks group has made a huge impact in WWE already and a former wrestler believes that one particular member will be a huge asset to the group.

At the end of the June 17th edition of WWE Monday Night Raw, The Wyatt Sicks (or Sick6) group made their highly anticipated debut.

While the faces of the men in the group are covered up, the wrestlers in the group are Bo Dallas as Uncle Howdy along with Erick Rowan, Dexter Lumis, and Joe Gacy, who was on NXT for the last two and a half years. The lone female member of the group is Nikki Cross, who had her face and body painted.

There are five members of the group rather than six because they are also representing the late, great Bray Wyatt, who also portrayed The Fiend. Sadly, Bray passed away in August 2023 before the group could debut alongside him, but his brother Bo Dallas and the rest of the group are carrying on Bray’s legacy.

Former WWE superstar Zack Gibson knows Gacy well because they were part of the Schism group together in NXT. Gibson spoke to Metro about why Gacy was perfect for a role like being in the Wyatt Sicks group.

”That role was made for Joe. I think he’s going to absolutely smash it. The whole faction there looks brilliant, it’s the perfect role for him.”

Wyatt Sicks Likely To Make Big Impact On WWE Raw

It appears as though the Wyatt Sicks are going to be a Raw group because they did not appear on Smackdown last week. It is expected that the group will have some kind of role on the June 24th edition of Raw from Indianapolis.

One wrestler who was attacked by The Wyatt Sicks on Raw during their debut was Chad Gable, who appeared with blood on the side of his head in the backstage area. Gable is in action on Raw against Braun Strowman and Bronson Reed in a match where the winner will qualify for the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match.