WWE superstar Bray Wyatt has followed in the footsteps of The Undertaker, as an odd character from the world of professional wrestling that now officially has an Instagram account.
While this may not seem like something that’s all too significant, it’s certainly interesting to note that even the ‘darker’ characters in WWE are signing up to things like Instagram. One of the bigger criticisms behind this is that it ruins the mystique of the gimmick, but with Wyatt, it seems as if the company could be moving in a different direction entirely.
It’s not like Bray is trying to hide his new account, either, even going so far as to promote it on Twitter.
Recent reports have suggested that Wyatt is in line for a slight character alteration after his partnership with Woken Matt Hardy abruptly came to an end. The general belief is that he’ll continue on as a major singles star, and at the age of 31, it seems as if he could have many more years ahead of him in the squared circle.
Bray has had mixed levels of success when it comes to his WWE career, with highs such as winning the WWE Championship and lows such as losing that title in convincing fashion at WrestleMania 33.
It’s also interesting to note that Bray used his real name for his Instagram account name, which is something that more and more superstars have been doing as of late – perhaps to give themselves another identity away from what we see on screen.