Bray Wyatt received quite a focus after his WWE return. During RAW’s 30th Anniversary show, Undertaker and Wyatt had a bit of a show-down, but they ended things are allies. It turns out that Undertaker has been in Wyatt’s corner for quite a while now.

The Undertaker faced Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania 31. Wyatt had legitimately injured his ankle while preparing for the match, resulting in both men working at a slow pace. While Wyatt largely controlled the offense, The Phenom was able to execute most of his signature moves such as “Old School”, the big boot, and “Snake Eyes”. Late in the match, Bray kicked out of a Tombstone Piledriver, while Undertaker kicked out of Sister Abigail. Finally, The Undertaker nailed Wyatt with a “Tombstone Piledriver” to win the match, extending his WrestleMania record to 22-1.

WrestleVotes reports that following the match at WrestleMania 31, The Undertaker had asked Vince McMahon to take good care of the immensely talented performer in Bray Wyatt.

“Feels like a good time to tweet this, following their match at WrestleMania 31 Undertaker told Vince in the post match embrace to “take care of him” in reference to Bray. Regardless of what happen in the interim, Taker has always been a huge Wyatt supporter. It showed just now.”


Over the years, The Undertaker has been a staunch supporter of Bray Wyatt. Despite The Penom’s valuable advice, Vince McMahon released Wyatt on July 31, 2021.

In September 2022, WWE began teasing Bray Wyatt’s return with a series of White Rabbit vignettes. At Extreme Rules, Wyatt officially returned to WWE, accompanied by live-action versions of his Firefly Fun House characters and a new mask, revealing himself as the person behind the “White Rabbit” teases.

Bray Wyatt will face LA Knight in a Pitch Black match at the upcoming Royal Rumble pay-per-view on January 28th. The match will be an anything-goes-type match that will only end by pinfall or submission. 

Bray Wyatt is rumored to collide with Uncle Howdy at WrestleMania 39. While nothing is set in stone, that seems to be the likely direction WWE is headed, at least for now.

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Saptarshi Sinha

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