Bray Wyatt delivered a disturbing message, targeted at Roman Reigns, to Michael Cole during one of Cole's weekly interviews on WWE.com.
The Eater of Worlds revealed in this interview with Cole why he has chosen to 'victimise' Reigns, how he plans to fix the world, and his plans for his upcoming match at the Battleground PPV.
Before the interview begins, Cole warns anyone watching that the following interview is extremely unsettling and very uncomfortable.
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At the beginning of the interview, Wyatt says he can tell a lot about a person just by looking at their hands. Some are delicate and looked after, like Cole's, and this makes them predictable. Some are not, like Wyatt's.
He believes the world ignores him because he doesn't believe the world has morals. Then comes one of the first disturbing part of the interview.
The New Face of Fear said: "I'm judged upon things I do and people ask me all the time just right blunt to my face, 'Do you feel guilty about these horrible things you do?' and I answer them 'How could I feel guilty? I would never do anything I feel guilty about'.
"How could I feel guilty for doing what in my mind is the only right thing? I didn't make the world the way it is. You did. And people like you did."
Obviously the attack on Reigns during the Money in the Bank ladder match is not playing on his mind. Wyatt knocked Reigns off the ladder just as The Big Dog was about to grab the briefcase and win the match.
"If I was to feel guilty about something, it would be the fact I haven't done enough. I wish there was a million Roman Reigns. So that I could take them all out at once. Then I would feel like I've accomplished something," said Wyatt.
When Cole asked The New Face of Fear "Who is Bray Wyatt?", he said he came from somewhere else:
"I have to teach the world. I have to victimise the world. I have to victimise Roman Reigns, and when he enters his domain, he has to understand he's not walking in there with some person. I am a beast."
He also understands the dangers that The Big Dog brings to the ring but he sees himself as 'The Master' of the dog, and Reigns must obey him.
He also states Reigns must collect his thoughts and tell everyone he loves goodbye before his match at Battleground, as he might not be coming back.
When Wyatt finally answers Cole's question "Who is Bray Wyatt", he sayings I could give: "a thousand definitions cause I has a thousand names. But in truth, I am no one."
Another brilliant cryptic message by the amazing Bray Wyatt.
My only hope is that Wyatt isn't once again buried by the WWE at another PPV. Otherwise, there isn't much point doing these messages anymore, as they would have become meaningless.