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Why was Uncle Howdy's Wyatt Sicks faction debut postponed by WWE?

Published at :June 21, 2024 at 3:00 AM
Modified at :June 21, 2024 at 3:00 AM
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Blesson Daniel

Wyatt Sicks are in the WWE now

On social media, a possible explanation for WWE postponing the Wyatt Sicks faction’s debut has been uncovered. The conclusion of this week’s WWE RAW program saw the debut of Uncle Howdy and his enigmatic gang.

After launching a backstage attack, the group made an appearance on the entrance ramp and posed. “We’re here,” Uncle Howdy said in the last seconds of the program. Long-term fans have been teased about the group, and on RAW they were finally rewarded.

Wyatt Sicks made their debut in Texas

An intriguing idea for WWE’s delay in introducing the group was put forth by the “Pro Wrestling Finesse” X/Twitter account. They mentioned that Royal Rumble 2023 was the site of Bray Wyatt’s last fight on television. He won a Pitch Black bout against LA Knight. After the premium live event, he faced The Megastar several more times, although these were dark battles.

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Both Royal Rumble 2023 and this past Monday’s RAW were held in Texas. It’s possible that the promotion chose to hold off on introducing the faction in the state where Wyatt’s last TV appearance was for WWE fans.

Everyone’s beloved Three-Time World Champion died at the young age of 36. His family said his death was abrupt, yet he had been out of the ring since February 2023 due to an unknown health condition. WWE content officer Triple H revealed the tragedy on social media, stating that Wyatt, whose actual name was Windham Rotunda, had “unexpectedly passed.”

Born in Brooksville, Florida on May 23, 1987, Wyatt came from a wrestling family that included his grandfather Blackjack Mulligan, his father Mike Rotunda, and his younger brother Bo Dallas. Rotunda was a well-known wrestling legend in his own right, going by the moniker IRS because of his gimmick as a tax collector from Washington, DC, who harassed wrestlers and fans as “tax cheats.”

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He fought as Husky Harris, Alex Rotunda, Duke Rotundo, and The Fiend, among other monikers. He played Bray Wyatt, the evil head of The Wyatt Family, a cult that included the late Luke Harper (also known as Brodie Lee), Erick Rowan, and Braun Strowman. He made his long-awaited return at the pay-per-view Extreme Rules event in October, when he debuted a new version of his persona, after his departure from WWE in 2021.

Even though Bray Wyatt is no more but his work and his stable with always keep him alive in the WWE Universe’s hearts for their life to remember.

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