Former WWE Star’s Upcoming Appearance Cancelled Due To ‘New Contractual Obligations’

Former WWE Star’s Upcoming Appearance Cancelled Due To ‘New Contractual Obligations’ WWE

A former WWE’s upcoming appearance has been cancelled due to having ‘new contractual obligations’ amid return speculation.

Over the past week, WWE have been playing cryptic music at live events similar to that of Bray Wyatt’s ‘White Rabbit’ mystery prior to his return in 2022.

The teases are believed to be for the return of Bo Dallas as Uncle Howdy after his return was teased at the end of the Bray Wyatt: Becoming Immortal Peacock documentary.

Another interesting teaser took place on SmackDown, when a weird graphic popped up on screen with the words ‘you forgot about us’ being displayed, seemingly confirming that multiple people will be involved in the act.

With Dallas continuing the legacy of his brother, fans have speculated that other key members of Wyatt’s career, such as Alexa Bliss, Braun Strowman and Erick Rowan, could return to be part of the story.

In an interesting update, East Coast Pro Wrestling have now announced that Erick Rowan has now been withdrawn from an upcoming appearance due to him having ‘new contractual obligations’.

They wrote:

We have just received word this evening from Erick Rowan that unfortunately he will not be able to make his scheduled appearance next week at Coal Town Carnage.

Erick stated that new contractual obligations are preventing him from making several dates including ours.

This is the first time in ECPW history that one of our scheduled stars cancelled and it is out of our control.

We will provide any updates on Rowan’s status as they become available.

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1 month ago by Connel Rumsey



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