WWE: Jake 'The Snake' Roberts wants Bray Wyatt feud

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WWE Hall of Famer Jake 'The Snake' Roberts says he would love to have one last match in WWE when he fully recovers from cancer.

Jake 'The Snake' Roberts has had a tough year to say the least after it was revealed in March that he had been diagnosed with cancer.

Roberts has had an ongoing battle with the disease throughout this year, with recent news suggesting that he is about to escape the clutches of cancer.

Jake 'The Snake' said as much in a recent appearance at Mick Foley's one-man show in Atlanta, Georgia this week.

In a frank and honest interview, Roberts opened up on what it's like to beat cancer not once, but twice. And he also spoke about who he would most like to face one last time in a WWE ring.

New feud

"WWE Hall Of Famer Jake “The Snake” Roberts appeared at Mick Foley’s one-man show in Atlanta, Georgia this past weekend," WrestleZone reported.

"During the Q&A session at the show, Roberts spoke about beating cancer for a second time and also revealed that if he could have one final match in WWE, he would like it to be against Bray Wyatt."

Wyatt's character needs a reboot

To see Roberts and Wyatt go toe to toe would be a great spectacle, but obviously it's unlikely to happen at this stage.

But it would be just the thing to revive Bray Wyatt's ailing character. The most dominant and engaging character in the Wyatt family has seen his career go somewhat down the drain in recent months.

Once billed as the next big thing in WWE, Wyatt's character hasn't progressed the way WWE fans wanted it to. But a match-up against a WWE legend like Jake 'The Snake' Roberts would be the perfect way to revive Wyatt and simultaneously give Roberts the epic send off he deserves.


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