WWE WrestleMania 37: “The Fiend died on the day of WrestleMania 37”

WWE WrestleMania 37: “The Fiend died on the day of WrestleMania 37”

This will be a very special week for Bray Wyatt. On the last episode of Monday Night Raw, he shared the ring with The Undertaker in what was billed.

As the Deadman’s ultimate torch pass. Tomorrow Saturday, at the Royal Rumble, Bray Wyatt will face LA Knight and a very personal interview about.

Him will be published in the next few hours.The interview will be published in full today on the FOX channel on YouTube, but the company has published.

A preview in which Bray Wyatt refers to Luke Harper and reveals that, for him, The Fiend died at WrestleMania 37, his penultimate night in WWE.

WrestleMania 37 Latest News:

Also Read: WWE News: Dominik Mysterio is added to the WWE Royal Rumble Match

Before taking a leave of absence on television and being subsequently fired. “For me, I’m sure that Bray would not have been possible without.

Brodie,” Bray Wyatt confessed before the FOX cameras. “I couldn’t do that without Brodie, for me it would be disrespectful to my friend,” Bray Wyatt.

Commented on reforming The Wyatt Family. “It just couldn’t have been without him. The Fiend died on the day in Tampa Florida, at WrestleMania (37).

The Fiend was not just putting on a mask, as many thought. That’s ridiculous. For me it was much more. But he died that day, we won’t see him anymore.

He’s gone.” It is not usual to hear Bray Wyatt in these types of interviews since his character has kept him reserved in that regard. Bray Wyatt’s.

Also Read: WWE News: Teddy Long thinks Sami Zayn could be WWE next big superstar

Words rule out some rumors about the return of The Fiend or the reformation of The Wyatt Family with other characters.