Bray Wyatt Says He’s Not Playing A Character, Nasty Black Eye

Ryan Clark July 18, 2014 0

Bray Wyatt Says He’s Not Playing A Character, Nasty Black Eye



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In an interview with Between The Ropes, Bray Wyatt revealed that he’s not really playing a character in WWE, but an amplified version of himself. Here are highlights:

On his past year in WWE: “It’s been a whirlwind. I always expected to be successful. I don’t remember being a child and plan on doing anything but what I’m doing right now. I was kind of born to do this and this past year has been rewarding. I like the grind of things. I like to keep my ear to the ground and just keep moving forward. It’s been crazy but I expect it to get much crazier as it continues with my career and my growth and a unit especially.”

On if Bray Wyatt is his personality amplified: “Right. 100 percent. I couldn’t create something if I didn’t feel it. When I say things, when I speak on television, I’m not making stuff up. I’m not like sitting in the back with a notepad thinking ‘maybe this will make them think I’m crazy.’ That’s how I really am, you know? My views on this and that, which I really don’t want to delve into, but my views are that of the real me. There is no character. I think that’s the biggest mistake people think when they approach me, they think ‘you’re some character you know, I love the character you play.’ You don’t really know who I am.”



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