Bray Wyatt's New WWE Stable Members Revealed?

WWE may bring THESE wrestlers back if Bray Wyatt wants to work with them.

Bray Wyatt stable

Speculation on a potential faction for Bray Wyatt has persisted since the former 'Fiend' returned to WWE at Extreme Rules 2022 - and a new report from WrestleVotes and GiveMeSport points towards a couple of likely membership candidates.

The writeup pinpoints former WWE stars Bo Dallas and Erick Rowan as people that Wyatt would like to work with. Both have previously been linked with roles in a potential 'Wyatt 6' faction, along with the likes of Karrion Kross and Liv Morgan, both of whom are active on SmackDown with Bray.

WrestleVotes notes that if Rowan wanted to come back to WWE - and Bray desired it as well - it'd likely be allowed.


On the faction itself, the report calls Bray's return output thus far a "collaboration of what he wants to do." WWE will listen to him when it comes to the stable. The respect Wyatt has within WWE is such that the company will entertain every idea he has and try to pull it off perfectly.

Bray Wyatt To Introduce Wyatt 6 Faction?

Speculation on a Wyatt-led faction precedes his WWE comeback. Released by the promotion in July 2021, the former WWE and Universal Champion later changed his Twitter handle to @Windham6. Now, his display name is 'WYATT 6', keeping the chatter alive.


Dallas, who was released by WWE in July 2021, may already be on the way. Bryan Alvarez reported that month that the former NXT Champion (and Bray's real-life brother) was set to return "very soon." A free agent since April 2020, when he, too, was cut by WWE, Rowan would be a very appropriate pick-up given his history as a foundational Wyatt Family member.

Alexa Bliss is also amongst the wrestlers speculated for a role in a prospective Wyatt faction. This was heightened after this week's Raw, on which Bray's upside-down butterfly imagery flashed up during Bliss' ring entrance. The two have history from the 'Fiend' period that preceded Bray's original WWE demise.


Wyatt is yet to wrestle his first match since coming back to WWE at Extreme Rules on 8 October. Now listed as SmackDown's top babyface, he features weekly, unravelling his 'Uncle Howdy' story piece by piece.

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