Bray Wyatt says win vs Brock Lesnar at Roadblock could propel his career to new heights

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WWE Roadblock is looking like a brilliant event that could some final twists and turns to storylines before we enter the final three weeks before WrestleMania 32.

At the event, a rumored WrestleMania match will be taking place, as for several months Brock Lesnar vs Bray Wyatt was a rumored clash for this year's Showcase of The Immortals.

Many fans would have loved to see this take place in AT&T Stadium, and so would have Wyatt.


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He said in a recent interview with the Philly Voice, via NoDQ: "Of course I’d rather do it at WrestleMania. Then again, you don’t know what I’m gonna do at WrestleMania. It’s still an open-ended game for me.

"To beat Brock Lesnar right before WrestleMania, you should be owed some kind of spot, some kind of high place – you know, I view myself as a high place player – I’m a serious player in this game and I intend to keep that.”

Wyatt has already faced some legendary foes at The Showcase of The Immortals, despite only making his debut on the main roster in 2013. He has already faced off against John Cena at WrestleMania XXX, and The Undertaker at WrestleMania 31.

The New Face of Fear is looking forward to his match against The Beast, as if he manages to pick up the victory, it could propel his career to new heights and put him back onto the path to becoming one of the top heels in the WWE.

Wyatt said: “I’ve never faced Brock Lesnar before. One of the few I haven’t danced with yet, and I’m looking very much forward to it. Each individual you go into battle with, you have to handle them in a precise manner. And I’ve faced The Undertaker, John Cena and Chris Jericho, and Brock Lesnar is different than them all. Brock Lesnar is the Beast.

"Even though I haven’t competed against him in just one-on-one circumstances, I’ve been in there with him, so I know exactly what he’s capable of. We’re talking about a very dangerous individual. But, on the flip side of that, I like to believe I’m a dangerous individual, too.

"I’m someone that he wouldn’t see on a daily basis because I’ve got some things that come out of my brain that no one else does. So I think that me and Brock is a very big matchup and if I do get this win, if I do go in there and beat Brock Lesnar right before WrestleMania, I think that would do wonders for my career. So, it’s a big moment for me and I’m ready.”

As Wyatt mentioned, we don't know who he is currently facing at WrestleMania. Depending on how his clash against Lesnar goes this weekend, don't be surprised if he manages to find a way to insert himself in the No Holds Barred match between The Beast and Dean Ambrose.

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