Bray Wyatt, Bo Dallas Not Done With Wrestling: Mike Rotunda

While Bray Wyatt hasn’t set foot inside the square circle since WrestlingMania 37, Bo Dallas last wrestled in a match at a live WWE event in November 2019. Even though the two brothers had to leave the ring for a long time, their father, WWE Hall of Famer Mike Rotunda, did not rule out the possibility of them returning to wrestling.

“They must not be finished,” the Rotunda said to Stories with Brisco and Bradshaw. “I don’t know, they kind of go in and go with a few different things, trying to see what’s available. So, you know, maybe you’ll see them back. Maybe you won’t, I don’t know yet, but I also don’t want to speak on their behalf because I know they’re trying to reach out and run a few different things.”

When asked if he supported Wyatt and Dallas following in his and his father’s footsteps, the former IRS explained that he did not push his son into the wrestling business.

“I don’t encourage them to get into it,” the Rotunda explains. “And I told them, I said, it’s a tough business, you know, you have to go through a lot. And of course, I think it’s a natural thing with them. Their grandfathers did it, their uncle did it, their father did it. No matter what you try to tell them, they will try to do it. You know? And they did and they were both successful.”

The Rotunda feels that WWE Chairman Vince McMahon has never given Bo Dallas a fair chance to succeed in WWE.

“Vince, I don’t think I’m giving my younger son Taylor a chance because Taylor is such a hard worker,” the Rotunda said of Dallas. “He really is. You can’t teach time and those things and Windham has a great, great gimmick. He stopped because he could talk and it was a unique situation. So I’m proud of them both.”

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Bray Wyatt recently held a Q&A on social media to answer questions about his wrestling future, his health, and more. Since the release of WWE last July, he has worked on horror film projects alongside special effects artist Jason Baker. The baker appears in The Wrestling Inc. Daily to provide updates to the project.

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