Veteran WWE Superstar Teases Return

Published 09/18/2020, 8:54 PM EDT


One of the scariest Superstars ever, Boogeyman, teased his WWE return. He shared a cryptic tweet, causing major speculations.

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Boogeyman teases his WWE return

Mark Wright is better known as Boogeyman in the wrestling world. He debuted in 2005 and his creepy ways were often used as comic relief.

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WWE released him in 2009. Unfortunately, he never won any title in WWE.

However, he did make some appearances post his release. His last appearance was in the Raw Reunion where he helped Pat Patterson win the 24/7 Championship.

Yesterday, he posted a cryptic tweet with a picture of Boogeyman and a modern WWE logo.

He even tweeted fan reactions to stir the anticipations more.

Why does Boogeyman wear face paint?

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WreslingInc once asked Boogeyman about the secret behind his interesting face paint. He revealed,

“Everything that Boogeyman does is in terms of governmental stages. Now, the characters have three layers. Tree – I started on that tree. That tree on my head, that’s the tree of life, and those dots surrounding my face, black and yellow and white dots, those are the forbidden fruits that have fallen off the tree.”

He then said, “That black around my eyes is the black owls that are looking through the night, that type of s–t. So, everything I’ve applied to that character has a purpose. I painted my whole face and it’s a 3-hour process.”

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Quite fascinating, we must say. Do you think Boogeyman would be back in WWE? Let us know in the comments below.

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Angana Roy

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Angana Roy is a WWE and AEW author for EssentiallySports, having published more than 800 professional wrestling articles. She is currently pursuing higher studies in English language and literature from the University of Calcutta and has over three years of experience in journalism. As a life-long fan of the sports entertainment brand of pro-wrestling, her work consists of live coverage of weekly shows, PPVs, speculating the future course of storylines and everything in between.

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