WWE superstar Bray Wyatt recently spoke to Scott Fishman of The Miami Herald where he discussed about a lot of things including his desire to face the Undertaker and more. Here are some highlights;

His entrance in the video game:
“It is right on. It is on point. That’s what it was the first time. I’ll never forget the first time I saw the lights was in London. I remember we were walking out and [Luke] Harper says to me, ‘You seeing this man?’ I said, ‘Yeah, it’s pretty incredible.’ I remember just being engulfed in the feeling. It’s so cool how they captured it. It just doesn’t look like a bunch of lights going off everywhere. They somewhere found a way to encompass the feeling, the way [the camera] spins around panoramic. It’s just immaculate.”

Inspirations for his promos:
“When I speak, I like to speak powerfully. I like feeling behind my words. I just don’t say things. Everything I say has a piece. Martin Luther King Jr., I’ve studied a lot of his work. Just the way he was able to speak, and the power he gives us is really incredible. In my opinion he is the greatest speaker of all-time. There are so many that I’ve studied and idolized. It’s deep for me…”

A match with The Undertaker:
“Bray Wyatt versus The Undertaker would be the greatest I could accomplish. Just being there side-by-side with him. I get the comparisons, but we are also very different. He is ‘The Deadman.’ He will always be ‘The Deadman,’ and I’m Bray Wyatt. When or if, or when we shall meet, it will be every bit of everything I thought it would be.”

His future with Erick Rowan and Luke Harper:
“We will always be brothers. You will just have to wait and see.”

Former WWE star  Kharma recently spoke to Alfonso Marimon and Jon Curry of Main Event Madness. Here are some highlights;

Kickstarter Project:
“Kharma in general has been something that I live by, you get out what you put into the world, I’ve always tried to live by that. So I started a Kickstarter that is a website, that could actually track the good deeds you do. So if you went out and bought a cup of coffee for some reason, there would be a serial number or member number that would allow people to login to the website and track your good deeds.”

One of her favorite moments in wrestling:
“Making out with a bloody Devon in the middle of the ring.”

Who she would want to wrestle:
“Mickie James. I think everybody wants to see that.”

Future plans:
“I am looking to encourage and nurture the next generation of wrestler. I don’t want to be one of the people that stayed in the game to long.”

A possible return to TNA:
“I want to stay a WWE Alumni.”

She went on to say you would see her in a Ring Of Honor ring before a TNA ring.


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