Bray Wyatt’s first adventure after WWE will not be in the ring

Bray Wyatt brings his WWE monsters to Hollywood

First reported by Fightful, and now confirmed by Metro, Bray Wyatt, who is now called the Windham Rotunda in real life, is working on a feature film. Working alongside Jason Baker, a close friend of Rotunda who helped create “The Fiend” and “Firefly Fun House,” the film will begin filming later this month.

The title and details of the story have yet to be released, but Baker only had good things to say about Rotunda’s work on the project thus far.

“He is a phenomenal collaborator,” Baker told Metro, “he has become a very good friend.”

Bray Wyatt’s return to wrestling will be delayed due to his film project

Bray Wyatt was released from WWE in July, to the surprise of many. Wyatt had won two world championships during his decade-long tenure with the company and had been instrumental in many of the most iconic and memorable games and shows of the past decade.

He had been willing to recreate himself several times during that long period, including his most recent change into the terrifying but brilliant character of “The Fiend.”

Fans have been eagerly waiting for Windham Rotunda to show up for a wrestling promotion since its launch.

Anticipation has reached a fever pitch now that its 90-day non-competition expired at the end of October. Whether it’s AEW or Impact Wrestling, fans are ready to see what the former Eater of Worlds comes up with next.

However, with his current film project, fans can wait a few more months.

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