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Bray Wyatt Talks Triple H Helping His Character, Match Against The Undertaker, Harper & Rowan

Scott Fishman of The Miami Herald recently spoke with Bray Wyatt to promote the WWE 2K15 video game. Below are some highlights:

Triple H’s influence on his character:

“I’m very uncoachable at times. I kind of have this mystique about myself where I don’t like people telling me what to do. I can tell you Hunter [Triple H] was very instrumental in the upbringing of the Wyatts. He saw something in us that we saw. We were so attached to it that we were dying to make it work and to get it out there.

“Hunter saw the same thing. From the first glance, people are just comparing us to hillbillies. I’ve heard ‘Deliverance’ and all kinds of things, but they were missing that underlying factor. Hunter was able to see that because we are more complex in the way we speak if you listen to the message behind it. You’re not looking at three Neanderthals. You’re looking at three very smart, capable athletes. Hunter was able to see it.”

A match with The Undertaker:

“Bray Wyatt versus The Undertaker would be the greatest I could accomplish. Just being there side-by-side with him. I get the comparisons, but we are also very different. He is ‘The Deadman.’ He will always be ‘The Deadman,’ and I’m Bray Wyatt. When or if, or when we shall meet, it will be every bit of everything I thought it would be.”

His future with Erick Rowan and Luke Harper:

“We will always be brothers. You will just have to wait and see.”

Wyatt also discussed his promos, WWE 2K15, Martin Luther King Jr. being an influence with his promos and more. You can read the full interview by clicking here.


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