WWE Extreme Rules last night marked the long-awaited return of Bray Wyatt to WWE, and it was a sight to behold. It featured everything from life-size versions of Wyatt’s Firefly Funhouse dolls to a giant lighted door and crowned with a personalized look for Wyatt himself, but it turns out he’s not the only member of the family to return to WWE. The Wrestling Watcher Brian Alvarez has reported that Wyatt’s brother and former Raw Tag Team Champion Bo Dallas is also ready to return to WWE “very soon,” although there are no details on what he will do when he returns to WWE just yet, so we’ll just have to wait and see.
Dallas (real name Taylor Rotunda), was the last part of the company in 2019, and had his last match on WWE TV during Crown Jewel in a Tag Team Turmoil match alongside his partner Curtis Axel. His last actual match occurred in November of that year during the WWE European Tour, and he was officially released from WWE in April of 2021.
During his time in WWE Dallas, he held the Raw Tag Team Championship (along with Axel) and defeated Big E to become the NXT Champion in 2014. He became a fan favorite later in his time during NXT thanks to his Bo-lieve character and stunt, which Had him run around the ring trying to inspire ti, but when he moved to the main menu it wasn’t used either.
Later he would be paired with Axel to form Team B, they had some memorable moments throughout their tenure and as mentioned above they will continue to capture the tag titles.
As for what he’s going to do now, it would be easy to assume he’ll be involved in the new Wyatt story or the Wyatt 6 faction in some way, but then again we know nothing of how it all came about beyond flying theories. On social media, so all that’s left is to see him. Either way, it would be great to see Dallas in the WWE again, and hopefully all of that happens soon.
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