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3 Reasons Why Bray Wyatt Can’t Wrestle Anymore

10 months ago By Jhon Woug

Whenever people tell a story or portray a character that is very strong and compelling, it can have adverse effects on how they normally see things. This is mostly the case with movies, where actors cannot come out of this dysphoria while preparing for a big role like Heath Ledger did when he was portraying the Joker. You just do not have control over certain things and aspects of your preparation for sports entertainment. However, traumatising experiences may happen mentally and physically. Bray Wyatt is one such sad example, and here are 3 Reasons why The Fiend can’t Wrestle anymore:

  1. loss of Luke Harper

Something that countless articles on the internet about Bray Wyatt’s absence have failed to address is the tragic loss of longtime friend and former Wyatt family member Luke Harper (real name: Jonathan Huber), who tragically passed away on December 26, 2020, due to a rare lung condition. Many people on the internet at that time wrongly speculated that it was COVID. Harper last appeared on All Elite Wrestling. The Wyatt Family found unprecedented success under the watchful supervision of the Fiend, and his most loyal subject, Luke Harper, gave him his best moments in and out of the ring. Bonds are not made to be broken overnight. Because there were very few who understood Bray Wyatt, there were very few who understood his ambition, his will to conquer the WWE universe, and his lantern as a symbol of hope and light to his followers. Bray Wyatt was never the same after that cold night after Christmas. Superstars coming and going from one promotion to another is a very common practise. You leave just to come back, but Brody Lee wasn’t coming back. Mix that up with one of the darkest characters in sports, and you have Bray Wyatt, who does not recognise or accept anything. Mentally, The Fiend May be possessed.

  1. life- and career-threatening illness

Bray Wyatt is not coming back anytime soon. He was featured in LA Knight’s coldest disses top 10 on WWE’s official YouTube page yesterday, but that may be a final goodbye and not a welcome back as many may be thinking. Everything does not always end well, and maybe that is the case with one of the superstars with tonnes of potential. If reports are to be believed, Bray Wyatt is recovering from a life- and career-threatening illness and is doing better, but he may not return to the ring anytime soon.

  1. He Has a family.

When you think about The Fiend’s Family, you think about Braun Strowman, Luke Harper, and Eric Rowan. Some might even say Daniel Bryan or Randy Orton, but this is about his real family. What many fans may not be aware of is that The Fiend had a brother named Bo Dallas, who not so long ago wrestled for the WWE. His partner is none other than announcer Jojo Offerman, with whom he has two children. It would be safe to advise Bray Wyatt to leave what’s behind, love what’s in front of him, and lead a safe and comfortable life.

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