The Undertaker pays tribute to Bray Wyatt

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The Undertaker pays tribute to Bray Wyatt

Bray Wyatt is best known for his WWE history, where he was a three-time world champion, having once held the WWE Championship and twice the Universal title. He also won the Raw Tag Team Championship (paired with Matt Hardy) and the SmackDown Tag Team Championship (with Luke Harper and Randy Orton).

On April 11, 2021, on the second night of WrestleMania 37, 'The Fiend' was defeated by Randy Orton after a match that ended their long rivalry. On July 31, after several months of absence, WWE announced Wyatt's firing to general amazement.

In a short interview released during the WrestleMania 38 weekend, the legendary The Undertaker spent beautiful words for Bray.

The Undertaker praises Bray Wyatt

"I hope to see Bray Wyatt back in the ring as soon as possible, as that guy has a talent out of the ordinary," revealed The Undertaker, who was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by Vince McMahon himself.

"He has what it takes to become an icon of this business. I hope he will return soon to delight the fans” - added Undertaker. During a long interview with Joe Tessitore for ESPN, Deadman revealed the keys to his extraordinary longevity: “One of the main secrets was the absolute dedication to my character.

People have always associated me with The Undertaker, even in everyday life. When people met me at the airport, they acted as if they were facing the Undertaker. My attitude has always been in line with my gimmick. In some ways, it was a sacrifice, but I must admit that it was worth it”.

The Phenom is very different away from the cameras: “I'm not as dark as you see me on TV. I like playing jokes and I don't take myself too seriously. I miss being in the ring, but now I can spend more time with my family.

I've been on TV for almost 30 years, now it's time to do more”. Speaking on the Out of Character podcast, Zayn mentioned that he welled up five or six times during the ceremony. The former Intercontinental Champion spoke about The Undertaker's experience of not being physically able to execute what he wants to anymore.

"Four out of the five (WWE Hall of Fame speeches), I was weeping. And it's because I know first-hand what that's gonna feel like. Because I even heard Undertaker say this in a different interview where he said something like 'My mind, I still have visions of what I want to do, how I want to do it, I still see it. But you come to a point where my body just won't let me do it anymore.' "