Bray Wyatt’s comeback to WWE has generated a lot of enthusiasm among fans. To maintain the excitement, WWE is taking measures to ensure Wyatt’s return is a success. Out of respect for the late Brodie Lee, Wyatt will not be wearing his previous costume.
The Undertaker and Bray Wyatt shared the ring for the first time in years on this week’s episode of Monday Night RAW. It led to The Undertaker helping Bray Wyatt take out LA Knight.
Bray Wyatt had a successful run in WWE from 2013 to 2018, during which he donned a distinctive Hawaiian outfit that became closely associated with his character. He later re-debuted as “The Fiend” with a different persona and look.
While speaking with WWE on FOX’s Ryan Satin, Bray Wyatt opened up about the Hawaiian shirt and revealed that he will never wear it again out of respect for Brodie Lee.
“For me, the Hawaiian shirt, of Bray, who he was… it can’t be without Brodie to me. I can’t be that without Brodie. I mean it’s just not the same. It’s disrespectful to my best friend. It just can’t be without him.”
Wyatt is currently involved in a feud with LA Knight. The two are set to face off against each other in a “Pitch Black Match” at Royal Rumble this Saturday. We’ll have to see how the match will turn out.
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