WWE News: Bray Wyatt opens up about his mental state after his dismissal from WWE in 2021
Last October, Bray Wyatt returned to WWE showing the most human and realistic side of him with a renewed character. Since then, the former world champion.
Has placed a lot of emphasis on the psychological aspect of his gimmick, and that has positioned him as one of the most beloved babyfaces.
On the SmackDown cast. In a recent interview on The Ryan Satin Show, Wyatt was able to explain in even more depth how he felt when.
He was fired from WWE and how he dealt with the death of several of his best friends in a short space of time. . These were his words:
“There was so much going on, and all of a sudden it came out of nowhere. I wasn’t ready for any of it. I lost my childhood best friend, I lost Brodie, and.
I lost my best friend from college, Mark Olive. I don’t think so. I dealt with it too well. Brodie’s wife, Amanda, and her boys, dealt with it better.
Than Erick Rowan or me. There is something every day that reminds me of him. That period of time was quite an enigma to me, and.
I was not myself. It took me a while to remember what it is that makes me me. It was a long journey, but it has led me to this moment. I feel better than ever”.
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Wyatt was also able to chat with Satin about his return to the company and his feelings on him now that several months have passed since.
His big comeback.There’s a certain lack of drive in me that there wasn’t in the past. But it’s part of any athlete. When you’re away from something.
For a while, something in the back of your head says, ‘Am I still like this? Am I still who I am? what should it be?
Most of the time since I came back, I was pretty much at that point in a sense, and as the weeks have progressed, I’ve started to come back to myself.
Again and remember why I’m doing this and how much it means to me to get out. there and perform things like the Royal Rumble thing.”
In addition to addressing those issues, Bray also confessed that he turned down various projects while away from WWE due to his state of mind.
“During my time away, I had the opportunity to do some really cool stuff. Movies and TV shows and things like that. And I just didn’t do it because I felt broken.
There was something wrong, and I didn’t understand why. It was literally people who brought me back, saying, ‘You should keep doing this, we miss you.
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I didn’t feel that way at first. I felt damaged. It was that that gave me the strength to rebuild and explode. The promo for my comeback was made for them.”