The return of Bray Wyatt to WWE has raised all kinds of rumours, and one of them points to the possible return of his brother Taylor Rotunda, known in WWE as Bo Dallas.
In a tweet sent to Super Followers, Bryan Alvarez of the Wrestling Observer reported Bo Dallas is expected to return to the company “very soon.”
However, there’s no word yet on what sort of role Dallas will be brought in for, assuming that this move happens. Joining him in cuts in that April batch was Samoa Joe, Mickie James, Chelsea Green, Tucker, Kalisto, Jessie McKay (fka Billie Kay), and Cassie Lee (fka Peyton Royce).
Bo Dallas in the WWE so far
Bo Dallas was dropped by the company back on April 15, 2021, in a group of releases made by the promotion, this after being in WWE for 13 years. Dallas hadn’t wrestled since 2019 due to taking time off due to a neck injury. He originally joined WWE in 2008 with Florida Championship Wrestling and eventually emerged as one of the top heels in the early incarnation of NXT, defeating Big E to become the third champion in the promotion’s history.
During his time with WWE, Bo Dallas was featured in a tag team with Curtis Axel named “The B-Team,” who would have a stint as WWE Raw Tag Team Champions. Individually, Dallas is a WWE 24/7 Champion and also held the NXT Championship. Dallas’ last match in WWE was at the 2019 Crown Jewel Premium Live Event, where he would compete in a World Cup Tag Team Turmoil match being paired with Axel.