WWE star Bray Wyatt was making the media rounds to promote tomorrow night’s Fastlane event.
On being a part of a wrestling family tradition:
“It’s bizarre that it’s not looked like that, at least not like that. We don’t look at it like that. I think it was something that was always flashed in front of our eyes, ‘Ah, this is kind of what everyone else does, and maybe, you could do this one day too.’ But there’s always that terrifying fear of failure. You don’t want to be the only one that failed, so it’s always been like this thing, like a carrot in front of my face, but I couldn’t be more happy with what I’ve been able to portray because I’ve really given the world a piece of me and I hope it lives on forever.”
Being around The Undertaker:
“Just being around Undertaker, I don’t even know how to explain it. There’s really not words. He’s that amazing. He’s ‘The Phenom.’ Just being around him and seeing how he handles himself and when he’s out there, how frightening he can be, it was a privilege. It’s something I’ll take with me the rest of my life, not just in wrestling, but through all facets of life. When you look at Undertaker, that was my mecca. The top of the mountain for me was to face the Undertaker at WrestleMania, and now that I’ve already done that, I have so much more to give now.”
His future aspirations:
“I want to win the title. I want to win the Royal Rumble. I want to do those types of things, and really cement my legacy so that one day, you’re sitting here with a young kid and it was an honor to be able to face me at WrestleMania. That’s what I want. That’s how I want my legacy to be.”
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