WWE: Bray Wyatt thanks Triple H for success

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Bray Wyatt has gone from a complete character change to one of the biggest stars in the WWE right now.

Wyatt, who used to be a part of Nexus as Husky Harris, was relegated to NXT and it was there where he created the Bray Wyatt character and his new persona as the 'Eater of Worlds' that has become one of the most well-received gimmicks in the WWE universe at the moment.

Triple Credit

Speaking to the Miami Herald, Wyatt thanked one man in-particular for believing in him and the character of Bray, Triple H:

"I'm very un-coachable at times. I kind of have this mystique about myself where I don't like people telling me what to do," Wyatt started off in the interview.

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"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."

Wyatt revealed that a lot of people actually over-looked the Wyatt family and what they were trying to do, saying they were called "hillbillies" and looked destined to be forgotten about in the annuls of bad WWE gimmicks.


"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," Wyatt went on to say.

It was an interesting interview that Wyatt had with the Herald, which was primarily set up to boost the impending release of WWE 2k15, and had quotes about Wyatt admitting that he would love to face The Undertaker in a match, what Luke Rowan and Eric Harper are doing now, and taking lessons from Martin Luther King on how to command a crowd. 


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