No performer has generated greater attention, let alone social media interactions, than Bray Wyatt, despite the fact that he hasn’t yet competed in a match for the WWE. This includes Roman Reigns, The Elite, and even CM Punk.
With a not-so-surprising return at the end of Extreme Rules, he tore the Wells Fargo Center to pieces. Six days later, in New Orleans, he drew rave reviews from fans on his first episode of SmackDownback. He has since continued to make waves on social media, where his multi-media game has essentially surpassed all others. Fans have conjectured about what his role will be in the WWE going forward if his psyche has fragmented into multiple personalities, much like the post-modern, twisted horror film version of Mick Foley/Dude Love/Cactus Jack/Mankind, or could this all be some swerve that includes a new faction or a new character entirely. Wyatt may not even be aware at this time.
After being so brutally cut off during his time to speak to the WWE Universe on the previous episode of SmackDown, Wyatt took the opportunity to promote his new song. His message will undoubtedly be talked about for the next week and a half.
I’m sorry about last week. Wyatt started, “I didn’t get to finish what I was saying, but that’s okay, I will now. “I used to constantly assert that seeking vengeance is a confession of suffering, and it is. I still firmly believe it, and today I feel inclined to share my confessions with you. I think that would be helpful; do you agree? So let me start by confessing that I have problems—problems that I’ve always had. It’s not difficult for folks to see, you know. But there are certain of them, like as rage, that occasionally lead me in directions I don’t want to go. This past time, it led me to a location from which I shouldn’t have returned. I shouldn’t have, really. But for some reason, I get opportunities that other people don’t.
“However, I must admit that this time, I was comfortable and happy to be left alone. I didn’t care how it ended as long as you stopped calling me by my name and left me alone. However, I must admit that I’m incredibly glad you didn’t. All of you were necessary because I needed you. I’m grateful that you freed me from the spears in my ribs and hauled me to my feet, telling me what to do without even having to say it to me. Because I can see now. I recognise you. I understand what you’re trying to achieve and what you want, but it won’t be successful. I admit that I will do some truly nasty things while on this path. I won’t ever feel sorry for them, though. Now I’m just a servant. Wherever the circle leads me, I follow.
Is Wyatt a slave? to what Is he a servant voluntarily or as a result of abuse? It goes without saying that there were more questions than answers raised by this segment, but fortunately, WWE would return to the Wyatt topic at least once more in the course of the evening.
— WWE (@WWE) October 22, 2022
Bray Wyatt’s words may need further evaluation by WWE… literally.
Just as the WWE Universe believed Wyatt had said all that needed to be said on this particular episode of SmackDown, the man formerly known as Husky Harris interrupted the feed once more with a spooky, choppy feed that featured a familiar man in a metal mask, to paraphrase William Regal, before the heavily edited video cut to stationary feed with a moustachioed man who said “howdy” to the largerSmackDownwatching public.
Could this be the fabled Uncle Howdy, whose name was trademarked earlier in October and who is widely believed to be a part of the larger Wyatt mythology? Time will tell, but another well-known White Rabbit Project component that led to a “Psychological / Psychiatric Evaluation” for one Wyatt Bray got lost in the confusion.
— Wrestle Bump Takes (@WrestleBump) October 22, 2022
What’s that at the top of the report, I hear you ask? Is there a number there? Yes, it is, and if you phone it, you’ll hear a voice stating something along the lines of “Oh no, not me, I never lost control. Who knows, not me, we never lost control,” are lyrics from the song “The Man Who Sold The World,” which are well-known to David Bowie and/or Nirvana fans. Why does that matter? Hopefully, we’ll learn the answer soon enough.
Hello: Bray Wyatt wraps up his thoughts on WWE SmackDown originally appeared on ClutchPoints.