Scott Fishman of the Miami Herald has a great article online featuring quotes from Bray Wyatt. While I've been trying to get away from recapping interviews, this one is epic. Wyatt talked about studying Martin Luther King Jr, a dream match against The Undertaker and the future of The Wyatt Family. Below are the highlights:
On his promos:
“When I speak, I like to speak powerfully,” Wyatt said. “I like feeling behind my words. I just don’t say things. Everything I say has a piece. Martin Luther King Jr., I’ve studied a lot of his work. Just the way he was able to speak, and the power he gives us is really incredible. In my opinion he is the greatest speaker of all-time. There are so many that I’ve studied and idolized. It’s deep for me…”
Dream match against The Undertaker:
“Bray Wyatt versus The Undertaker would be the greatest I could accomplish,” he said. “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.”
The future of The Wyatt Family:
“We will always be brothers. You will just have to wait and see.”
Click here to read the piece in its entirety.
Richard Reacts: Once again, I'm not big on recapping interviews anymore. I'd rather write my own material and tie it in with backstage news and rumors but this one was just too good to pass up. Bray Wyatt is one of the best talkers in the business and it pains me to see him without a direction. One of my absolute favorites and I'm not ashamed to admit that.