He is creepy, he is weird, he is a heel. These words usually don't bode well for WWE Superstars. But Bray Wyatt has been a revelation in WWE.
Even though he doesn't have what one would call a "likeable" personality, Bray Wyatt has seen his cult status grow among WWE fans wherever he goes.
He has had memorable feuds with a number of big stars in the past and has shown that he has the potential and talent to headline big events.
Taking over the WWE world
Wyatt and his followers have been turning out passionate renditions of "He's Got A Whole World In His Hands" which have become a key feature of Raw episodes and he surely has shown that he is one of the most vocally effective superstars by delivering very powerful segments which will surely go on to become memorable parts of WWE for years to come.
Moreover, the relative newcomer to WWE has drastically improved his wrestling ability since bursting on the scene and his unique style adds more authenticity to a WWE where most behind the scene clips often feel like they've been faked.
Holding his own
Wyatt's storyline with John Cena might not have been special but he gave it all he had. On the other hand, when paired with an equally gifted star like Daniel Bryan in a storyline, the creepy superstar showed why he is regarded as having one of the brightest futures in the business right now.
Sure, Wyatt is still not at the peak of wrestling entertainment, and one could even raise an argument that he won't be until he wins a championship of some form. But the one thing that any wrestling follower can not deny right now is that "He's Got The Whole World In His Hands" and I expect it to remain there in the foreseeable future.
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