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Former WWE Superstar Retires At A House Show; Bray Wyatt Wanted This Female Star To Join Her Faction! Read Here

WWE: Former WWE Superstar Jaxson Ryker has finally hanged his wrestling boots. The star was forgotten since his release in 2021 but came out a few weeks ago to embark on one final campaign.

The heavyweight was more famous for his time spent at TNA as Gunner and independent scene. He wrestled his first match in a year at AML Wrestling show and it turned out to be his final as well.

Meanwhile, Summer Rae has come out stating that Bray Wyatt wanted her to be part of the Wyatt Family. This can be a shock because WWE never really introduced any female character in the stable except the name ‘Sister Abigail.’

Jaxson Ryker Officially Retires

After wrestling his final match, Ryker left his boot in the AML Wrestling Show Ring on Sunday. Fifghtful Select had already announced this retirement all the way back in May 2023.

Ryker was signed to WWE in 2017 and was part of NXT mostly. He was called up to the main roster in 2020 but was let go after some controversial tweets. Ryker was released in November 2021.

Different WWE Wyatt Family

Summer Rae tweeted that Bray Wyatt handed her some movies and documentaries to watch because he wanted a female in the faction. Bray thought that Summer would be perfect for that role.

She went to social media to pass a tribute to Bray after his demise and stated how grateful she was. Summer stated that Bray trusted in her when no one else did and supported her since her FCW days.

Summer further described Bray as a good human and she will always be grateful to him. She will never forget the impact Bray had on her career and she will remember him as “just a good, good human.”

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