Updated: November 10, 2021 12:00:59 pm
Bray Wyatt, also known as The Fiend, in WWE is reportedly set for his first action after leaving the company in July. Wyatt’s 90-day non-compete has expired and he is now free to work wherever he wants. He recently took to Twitter, shared a cryptic message on his return, and said, “2 more days”.
It has now emerged that Wyatt will indeed be seen in Hollywood where he is set to work in a film. This was confirmed by Jason Baker, his collaborator, and friend.
“He’s a phenomenal collaborator, he’s become a really good friend, and we’re actually – you’re the first person that we’re publicly telling about. We’re starting a film at the end of the month,” Baker, owner of Callosum Studios and special makeup effects artist, was quoted as saying about Wyat (real name Windham Rotunda) by Metro.co.uk.
No further details have been revealed and everything is being kept under tight wraps.
“Two weeks to go, we’re filming in Tennessee,” said Baker. “It’s a feature film and it’s something really new and different. I’d say probably the best way to describe it is Ichi the Killer meets Xanadu.”
‘We had some meetings out there and things happened and then we got moving forward, and now we’re going and shooting this feature film with him and the end of the month,’ he added.
Just another day at the office with @WWEBrayWyatt pic.twitter.com/zqZyyyZUFa
— Jason Baker (@bakingjason) October 28, 2021
These developments should not surprise wrestling fans as the Fightful Select reported about Wyatt being presented with Hollywood offers. As far as his in-ring return is concerned, fans need to wait for some more time.
However, he did tease a return when he recently took to Twitter and shared a cryptic message where he wrote: “2 more days”.
2 more days
— Windham (@Windham6) October 28, 2021
But this is not the first time that Wyatt has hinted at a return. Back in September, he said he would “See you all very soon”. When do you think he will make a return and where will it be?
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