– With Matt Hardy rumored to be taking time off from wrestling, a lot of fans are wondering what’s next for his tag team partner, Bray Wyatt.
WrestleVotes, a Twitter account with sources in WWE, posted an update on Tuesday regarding the company’s plans for “The Eater of Worlds.”
Getting a lot of questions lately on Bray Wyatt. Was told he’s in line for a slight refresh. The character should remain in tact once he returns to TV, but I’m expecting a renewed push along with a singles baby face run. Pivotal time in his career ahead.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) August 28, 2018
Two weeks ago on Raw, The B-Team successfully defended the Raw Tag Team Championship against The Deleters of Worlds and The Revival in a Triple Threat Match.
Following the show, Hardy indicated on Twitter that his partnership with Wyatt is over.
— Matthew Hardy (@MATTHARDYBRAND) August 14, 2018
This seemed to mark the end of their partnership, but Wyatt and Hardy teamed together as recently as last Sunday.
– Bobby Roode and Mojo Rawley missed Raw on Monday night in Toronto, Ontario, Canada so that Roode could wrestle in his hometown of Peterborough, Ontario, Canada for the first time in his career (at a SmackDown live event)
Roode beat Rawley in the show’s opening contest.
As seen in the video below, Roode got emotional after competing in his hometown in front of his friends and family.
Roode also tweeted the following.
A lot of “firsts” over my 20yr career. Tonight is another one. Being able to perform in my hometown and in an arena where I went with my parents to watch the matches when I was a kid. Looking forward to what will be a #Glorious evening. @PtboMemCentre @WWE
— Bobby Roode (@REALBobbyRoode) August 27, 2018