Bray Wyatt’s fiend character is striking fear in his opponents every week. He faces Daniel Bryan at Survivor Series and we just can’t wait to see that red light again even though Corey Graves hates it (he’s not the only one).

Former WWE Superstar Kizarny is still performing on the indies as Sinn Bodhi. He recently spoke to Jordan Garber’s NOW abut how his character influenced others in the business. He doesn’t mind Wyatt borrowing some ideas, but he wants credit.

“I have no problem with circus guys like Bray Wyatt doing anything in this business. I don’t have a copyright, it’s just that if someone wants to be influenced or borrow something be my guest, but just reference it and put over where you got an idea.”

“I have so many influences on things I do i don’t take anything outright I just take bits and pieces and morph it into myself. If he was to say Bodhi was where I got a lot of my stuff from, that would help stuff out from me with promoters. In the long run, we eventually talked things out in private and I’m super glad how things turned out. When I see guys like Bray Wyatt, I hope he cares about me as much as I care about him and I’m glad he is successful and doing his thing. I like his character.”


Bray Wyatt’s Fiend character revitalized his career in many ways and he even said that it saved his career in WWE. Kizarny might have influenced a lot of people, including Wyatt. So we’ll have to see if they pay homage to him in some way during a future Firefly Fun House.

Thanks to Wrestling Inc for the quote

H Jenkins

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