Major update on Bo Dallas’ WWE status after not wrestling for more than 4 years

Bo Dallas is still a part of the WWE even after being out of action for four years.


Major update on Bo Dallas’ WWE status after not wrestling for more than 4 years

Bo Dallas (via PWMania)

The demise of Bray Wyatt affected WWE drastically. As much as it affected WWE, it also impacted the booking of Bo Dallas. The brother of the Eater of the Worlds was playing the role of Uncle Howdy, and WWE had a few plans for him heading forward before the death of Wyatt. However, he has been absent from television for a long time now. Recently, a report has been surfacing on the internet, shedding some light on his status.

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According to PWInsider, Dallas is still employed by the Stamford-based promotion even after not being utilized. It has been four years since Bo had a match on WWE television. His last match took place in November 2019 and has been off-the-ring performance ever since.

The latter was released by WWE in 2021 after the company’s budget cuts. When Wyatt returned to WWE with a new persona, many fans had high expectations of the brothers’ ability to make an impact. However, it all came down when Bray was taken off television due to a medical issue.

Many fans still have high hopes for Bo Dallas, as he might reestablish the Uncle Howdy gimmick as a tribute to Bray Wyatt in WWE. There have been a lot of rumors of WWE having some plans regarding a group of Wyatt 6, which might include stars like Alexa Bliss and Erick Rowan, led by Dallas himself.

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Bo Dallas’ career and achievements in WWE

Bo Dallas has worked with WWE for well over a decade. He was hired by the company back in 2008. During his tenure with the company, he won the coveted NXT Championship in the initial days of the Black and Gold brand. Moreover, he worked as a cunning heel most of his career and was an interesting part of WWE television in his career.

Bo Dallas
Bo Dallas (via WWE)

Besides, he had a memorable run in the company between 2017 and 2019 alongside Curtis Axel as Raw Tag Team Champions. They were involved with The Miz and were featured on WWE television regularly. However, after that, Dallas also won the 24/7 Championship quite a few times in his career.

However, his time in WWE ended after his release in 2021. In his career, he fell short on making an impact on the WWE Universe, leading to a lackluster run. Only time will tell if Dallas will ever return to the WWE. However, there is still hope that he might make a return to WWE in 2024.

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