Bray Wyatt is known for staying in character while making public appearances for WWE. He rarely conducts interviews, is not often seen in public, and on the rare occasions when he speaks to reporters or interacts with fans, he tends to stay in character. Some of the interviews he did with local media while still in character Firefly Fun House certainly come to mind. But after his promo and interaction with Uncle Howdy at crown jewel On Saturday, a video of Wyatt interacting with fans as he made his way backstage appeared online showing him (mostly) a breakup character.
Wyatt returned to WWE at Extreme Rules last month after being released by WWE in July 2021. His new persona appears to be at war with himself, as he cuts promos acting like the ‘real’ Wyatt while that the masked Uncle Howdy continues to laugh at him. pretending he’s just going to fall back into his old ways. There have also been teases of him forming some kind of faction while also recalling her previous Alexa Bliss storyline which ended shortly after Wrestle Mania 37 no real resolution.
Bray Wyatt vs. Alexa Bliss?
Bliss cut a backstage promo alongside Asuka during Crown Jewel before they lost the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships. Wyatt’s logo flashed on the screen and he seemed to startle her, but the commentators didn’t call attention to it. Bliss hasn’t shown many signs of her “dark” personality since returning from hiatus earlier this year, but she has admitted in interviews that she misses the personality.
“Now I’m in limbo of, I don’t really know where I’m going with my character yet. I’ve kind of evolved so many times over the last nine years – I feel like I’ve had more characters than any other woman on the list,” she smiles. So now it’s about figuring out where I fit in, what character is needed for the show. Right now I’m just me and I don’t like it for TV. I love myself for me out in life, but for TV, Lexi is not entertaining.” happiness said Subway over the summer, admitting his character was somewhat stuck in limbo.
“I’m stuck trying to figure out what it is, especially after therapy, after taking away all the aspects of what the dark, evil Alexa was,” she later added. “But still having Lilly and being able to understand that Lilly is now a prop, not as a focal point. It’s finding this creative process of trying to figure out what’s going to be, one, fun for me, two, what is going to relate to an audience, and which will be easy for the writers to write.”