Long-Time Absent WWE Star To Make Emotional Return

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A former WWE star is coming to television.

On April 1st a new Bray Wyatt documentary was released on Peacock. The film is narrated by The Undertaker and features appearances from several WWE legends and current stars. The documentary takes a look back at the life and career of Windham Rotunda, offering fans a never-before-seen look at one of the most creative individuals to ever step into a wrestling ring.

The project also features an appearance from Taylor Rotunda, better known to fans as Bo Dallas, who was working with Wyatt as Uncle Howdy during what would be his final run with WWE.

According to a new report from Fightful Select, the documentary features a tease for Dallas’ return to WWE. At the end of the documentary, there’s a video in the “signature ominous Bray Wyatt style” hinting towards the future. As the camera pans out from the lantern, a voice says “Run” before a mystery silhouette is shown.

The report adds that sources have confirmed that the clip is a tease for the eventual return of Bo Dallas, There’s no word on when the return will be, or what it will look like, but the tease was a very deliberate inclusion. One company figure said they didn’t want to rush Dallas back into action after his brother’s untimely passing in 2023.

When Did Bo Dallas Re-join WWE?

Bo Dallas signed with WWE all the way back in 2008 and spent time with Florida Championship Wrestling and NXT before arriving on the main roster. Dallas was eventually released in April 2021 having not wrestled in two years.

However, the star re-signed with the company in late 2022 and began appearing as the mysterious Uncle Howdy opposite his brother Bray Wyatt. Dallas has remained under contract since stepping away from WWE.