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Kurt Angle to Be Re-signed By WWE as Vince McMahon Doesn’t Want Him in AEW

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WrestleMania Match May Include Both Bray Wyatt’s Personas, Update On Samoa Joe’s WWE Status



WWE revealed last week that while WrestleMania is set to be pre-recorded from the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, there would be a number of matches that were filmed from different locations. While these locations remain unknown, it was announced on Monday Night RAW that AJ Styles vs The Undertaker would be a Boneyard Match, which means that this will take place in a cemetery.

John Cena vs Bray Wyatt is reportedly another match that will take place from a separate location, since reports now suggest that it could be filmed in a warehouse very similar to the match between Wyatt and Randy Orton back in 2017, entitled a “House of Horrors” match.

Wrestletalk also went on to reveal that Bray Wyatt pitched an angle that could see both The Fiend and Fun House Bray make appearances in the match and since it is set to be pre-recorded, there is a good chance WWE will find a way to make this happen.

The idea is reportedly to have John Cena battle The Fiend inside the warehouse but go on to encounter Fun House Bray as part of a segment of his Firefly Fun House.

If WWE is able to pull this off, it would be the first time that both personas have appeared in the same place, since The Fiend was backstage at TLC when Wyatt looked to attack The Miz following their match.

Talking of WrestleMania, according to a report by PWInsider, Samoa Joe is now ready to make his return since his Wellness Policy suspension has now been sat out.

Joe can now be added to any upcoming storyline, but the episodes of RAW which are set to air on March 30th and April 1st were already recorded on Tuesday night, so it’s unlikely that he will make his return to WWE TV before WrestleMania next weekend.

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