Aside from a cameo appearance at Starrcade, Bray Wyatt has not been seen on WWE television since July.
The last fans saw of Wyatt, he was teaming with Matt Hardy as the Deleter of Worlds and coming off a Raw Tag Team Title run. Hardy took time off in July to heal various injuries and as a result, the team was disbanded. Wyatt returned on Nov. 25 at the Starrcade special, defeating Baron Corbin in a No Disqualification bout. It looked like Wyatt would be returning to TV shortly, but he's remained on the sidelines.
Wyatt recently deleted his tweets, but kept the following message pinned to the top of his account:
Today I am someone different.— Bray Wyatt (@WWEBrayWyatt) December 8, 2018
Today I have finally become who I really am.
Wyatt returned to Twitter tonight, firing off a series of cryptic messages.
I’m not a God, I never was. I’m sorry I said it, I was wrong. I know the true God now and all his power. I feel that I am forgiven for all the wickedness I have caused. My soul is clean now. My mind is clear. I see what I did wrong, what was done to me. They took it all.— Bray Wyatt (@WWEBrayWyatt) December 18, 2018
I have so many things to fix. I realize that I was sick. My mind doesn’t work like other people’s, it gets lost and attached to ideals that are unrealistic and poisonous. My next journey will be to find my true calling.— Bray Wyatt (@WWEBrayWyatt) December 18, 2018
This is goodbye.
To all that have loved and supported us we say thank you.— Bray Wyatt (@WWEBrayWyatt) December 18, 2018
And ask that you have faith in us.
I was put on this Earth to fix it, to change it.
And I will not die until this is so.
Goodbye my brothers and sisters.
The journey is far from over.
It's unknown when Wyatt will return to television.