Windham 'Bray Wyatt' Rotunda Drops Biggest AEW/ROH Hint Yet

Former Bray Wyatt drops references to several WWE, AEW wrestlers in tweet.

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In what has become semi-routine at this point, Windham Rotunda dropped a new, cryptic Twitter message Sunday, cramming numerous wrestling references in a 149-word post.

The former Bray Wyatt posted about how wrestling "is not a love story," but is much more, calling it hope. But as you'd expect with a Windham message, the tweet was packed with plenty of content to be dissected, analyzed and hypothesized about.

Within the message, you can spot numerous just-beneath-the-surface references to WWE and AEW, including Ciampa, Madcap Moss, WWE's budget cuts, Undertaker, Ring of Honor, the Elite, Finn Balor (or possibly Kane), The Rock and Ric Flair.

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However, Rotunda took to Twitter to dispel some of the people who called out the tweet as cryptic, telling fans:

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Wyatt was surprisingly released in July 2021, having not competed since losing to Randy Orton in a disappointing match at WrestleMania 37.

This isn't the first time Rotunda has used Twitter to post messages that fans have desperately sought to interpret. Two months ago, he tweeted, "Patience. It's almost time" which had fans speculating that he was going to turn up in WWE or AEW imminently.

With Triple H now at the helm of WWE and already bringing back released superstars Dakota Kai, Karrion Kross and Scarlett, could this speculation finally become reality? Once again, it's probably best not to try to read too much into Windham's tweets.

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Scott is a former journalist and longtime wrestling fan who was smart enough to abandon WCW during the Monday Night Wars the same time as the Radicalz. He fortunately became a fan in time for WrestleMania III and came back as a fan after a long high school hiatus before WM XIV. Monday nights in the Carlson household are reserved for viewing Raw -- for better or worse.