Who would love to see Bray Wyatt return to the WWE? While he was released from the company last year, fans continue to wonder where he’ll land next. With all the changes happening within the organization, there’s a good chance he’s inching closer to a WWE comeback.
Bray Wyatt Closer To WWE Return
When the Fiend was fired from the WWE, fans, media, and industry enthusiasts alike were shocked. He was one of the most popular superstars in the company and garnered a ton of merchandise revenue.
– Windham6 pic.twitter.com/lZaqeXGFIk 
— WYATT 6 (@Windham6) August 7, 2022 
While there had been some speculation that Bray might end up  becoming All Elite, this has yet to happen. Could a WWE return be in the cards?
Fightful Select’s  Sean Sapp recently hopped on Twitter with an interesting post. He tweeted that WWE upper management believes they could be closer than ever to bringing Bray Wyatt back to the WWE fold.
Bray Wyatt Tweets Could Hint A WWE Return
Bray has also been tweeting some cryptic posts of his own as of late. It’s only natural for fans to speculate about a WWE return or squared circle comeback, soon.
Wyatt entered the land of WWE approximately 12 years ago. During his career, he became WWE Champion twice and has held both RAW and SmackDown Tag titles.
What’s next for Bray?  Only time will tell.
Bray Wyatt isn’t the only wrestler tweeting up a storm, lately. Another female superstar recently hinted at an in-ring retirement on social media.
Superstar Hints At Retirement
The last time fans saw Mickie James wrestle  was on Impact’s July 14th episode. She was recently asked about possibly teaming up with a current WWE female talent on Twitter.
The fan was curious if she was going to team up with Asuka during the WWE Women’s Tag Title tourney. She offered both a short and lengthy reply.
During her first post, she revealed that she’s “done with wrestling”. As seen below, she also offered a lengthy response, thanking the fans for their support.
You're too good of a wrestler to retire, I respect your decision I wish you all the best whatever you do in the future, thank you for entertaining the fans over the years your a wrestling Legend a GOAT I am sure you will be a hall of famer in the future pic.twitter.com/O62rlAUaZe 
— Ray Jones (@Rayuk08) August 10, 2022 
I appreciate you. Honestly I’ve been so blessed & love my fans so much! I wouldn’t have had all this without you. What is left for me to prove anymore? What else can I do? Id rather bow out screaming “Womens Wrestling Matters” from the top of the mountain than the valley. ♥️ https://t.co/D2rpLgPjVF 
— Mickie James~Aldis (@MickieJames) August 10, 2022 
What Else Is There For Her To Prove?
At the age of 42, James has done a lot in the land of professional wrestling. She’s been a WWE Women’s Champion five times, had a WWE Divas Championship run, and was Impack Knockout Champion four times.
James started out  in wrestling in 1999, enjoying an incredible 24-year career. She’s performed with some of the greats over the years, including Trish Stratus, Gail Kim, Beth Pheonix, Alexa Bliss, Madison Rayne, and many more amazing women’s wrestlers.
Mickie is also one of the very few women who has experienced high-level success between promotions. She’s worked the indies scene, Global Force Wrestling, TNA/Impact, as well as the WWE.
As she notes herself, what else does she have to prove? Many view Mickie James as a true trailblazer in the women’s wrestling movement within the WWE.
Whatever comes in James’ next chapter of life, she’s sure to nail it. On behalf of everyone at WNZ, we wish Mickie all the best in whatever she does next.