Superstar Profile: Bray Wyatt
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In April 2012, Rotunda debuted a new character, Bray Wyatt, who initially associated himself with Eli Cottonwood while in FCW. When WWE rebranded FCW into NXT Wrestling, Wyatt debuted on the fourth episode of the rebooted WWE NXT, taped at Full Sail University, where he defeated Aiden English in a singles match. Wyatt is portrayed as an evil cult leader who believes himself to be more monster than human. (sc. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bray_Wyatt)
The Superstar known as Bray Wyatt seems to have stepped out of the collective population’s nightmares and into our reality. A man shrouded in mystique, not much is known about the apparent head of the Wyatt Family – other than he seems to have a mission to bring his macabre vision to WWE.
For several weeks, the utterly creepy vignettes that heralded Wyatt’s emergence suggested that he aims to lead his followers in search of some sort of a higher purpose. And from the moment he set foot in WWE, Wyatt did not disappoint, exuding an eerie and dangerous presence as he offered a very succinct message to all his opposition: “Run!”
Whether watching from a rocking chair at ringside, interjecting his ruthless brand of intimidation into the matches of his family members Erick Rowan and Luke Harper or introducing various Superstars to Sister Abigail, Bray is clearly out to make a definitive impression on the squared circle.
Most recently, Bray and The Wyatt Family have set their creepy gaze on John Cena. And after battling the 14-time World Champion in one of the strangest matches in WrestleMania history and an even stranger Steel Cage Match at Extreme Rules, The Eater of Worlds will battle his nemesis a Last Man Standing Match at WWE Payback.
What lies ahead for Bray Wyatt and his Family? Only the buzzards know…
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Sister Abigail (Swinging reverse STO, with theatrics)
- Signature moves
- Body avalanche
- Drop suplex
- Running body block
- Running crossbody
- Running senton
- Short-arm clothesline, sometimes while running