WWE Reveals First Look At Bray Wyatt's Final Design For The Fiend; Will Bo Dallas Return As Uncle Howdy?

WWE Reveals First Look At Bray Wyatt's Final Design For The Fiend; Will Bo Dallas Return As Uncle Howdy? WWE Reveals First Look At Bray Wyatt's Final Design For The Fiend; Will Bo Dallas Return As Uncle Howdy?

WWE has shared a first look at Bray Wyatt's final design for the return of The Fiend before his tragic passing last year, while we also have an update on whether Bo Dallas will be back as Uncle Howdy...

By JoshWilding - Apr 03, 2024 09:04 AM EST
Filed Under: WWE

Last August, we learned that WWE Superstar Bray Wyatt had died of a heart attack after months of battling cardiac-related issues caused by COVID-19. The entire pro wrestling world was left reeling and everyone agreed that WWE had lost one of its brightest stars and a true creative powerhouse. 

In the months following Wyatt's passing, WWE has honoured his legacy in a number of ways, including a documentary which premiered on Peacock earlier this week titled Bray Wyatt: Becoming Immortal.

In the closing moments of the must-watch movie, a lantern is shown which flickers as someone says "run," all while the silhouette of Uncle Howdy can be seen standing in the background. Earlier in Bray Wyatt: Becoming Immortal, it's confirmed that Bray's real-life brother, Bo Dallas, portrayed that character on WWE programming, so what exactly did the tease mean?

Well, according to Fightful Select, it was included with the intention of suggesting that Dallas will return to WWE in the near future. 

It's unclear what the plan is for him or when this might happen, but we're sure Bo is keen to pay homage to his brother by following in his footsteps as a new supernatural character (who was based on a nightmare Bray had as a child). 

"[The doctor] said. 'We've got bad news, he's gone,'" Dallas explained in the documentary. "Time slowed down, and I could see the reaction of everybody in the room. My mum and dad crumbling, my sister had her baby wrapped to her chest and she's fallen."

"I've never been so sad, but something in me, and I still to this day think it's Windham, something in me gave me the strength to hold them up. He gave me strength in a moment where I thought I would crumble."

WWE has also released a clip from Bray Wyatt: Becoming Immortal revealing that Bray had created a new version of The Fiend who had been set to debut in WWE following his return to the company at the end of 2022. It's a terrifying design and one which is covered in meaningful Easter Eggs reminding us what a creative genius Wyatt was. 

Take a closer look at what might have been below. 

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