The Undertaker reflects on his moment with Bray.
One of the segments on the show was to promote Bray Wyatt and L.A. Knight’s ‘Pitch Black’ match and that segment featured an appearance from ‘The American Badass’ version of The Undertaker. He passed Knight off to Wyatt who hit the ‘Sister Abigail’ on his Royal Rumble opponent.
Taker then went over to Bray and spoke to him personally and during a conversation with SPORTSNET, Undertaker shared what he told Bray and stated that he thinks Wyatt is his own character and doesn’t think it’s fair to compare what he did to what Bray is doing.
They’re very interested and I knew that they would be when I did it (Undertaker predicted fans would be curious about what he told Bray Wyatt at Raw 30). But yeah, no, that’s the moment that Bray and I shared. There’s obviously a huge amount of comparisons between his character and mine and I think he’s his own guy, he’s his own character. I don’t think it’s fair to him to compare what he does to what I did. In the big scheme of things, it’s kind of in that same supernatural, I don’t know, what? genre? It’s 2023 and he’s doing his own thing but I can appreciate (it), I can see what he’s trying to do and I just let him know too, my phone’s always on and if he needs to talk to me about things or run things by me, that’s cool. I would be more than glad to share my experiences with him and hopefully shine some light on maybe questions that he has moving forward. So, yeah, it was a cool moment and it did exactly what I thought it would do.
Wyatt won the Pitch Black match and this past Friday on SmackDown, he appeared on-screen with Uncle Howdy.
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