Bray Wyatt was one of the most remarkable and creatively sound WWE superstars who was known to push the envelope in and outside the ring with his acumen between the ropes and ability to captivate the audience like no other.

However, the world sadly lost The Eater of Worlds last summer, as Bray Wyatt unexpectedly passed away due to cardiac arrest leaving his family, peers, and fans in utter shock.

Despite the world losing one of its most iconic wrestling figures, conversations around Bray Wyatt keep resurfacing every now and then. WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker recently brought up the subject in regards to their epic clash at WrestleMania 31 where The Deadman emerged victorious over Wyatt.

On the recent edition of his Six Feet Under podcast, The Deadman stated that Bray Wyatt breaking his iconic WrestleMania winning streak would have cemented his status as one of the biggest WWE superstars of the modern era and would have impacted his career much more than it did for Roman Reigns, who become the second person to defeat The Undertaker at The Show of Shows.


“The most logical person to break it would have been Bray Wyatt. Probably of the three, it would have meant more to his career than even Roman’s. For Roman, it would have been very special but for Bray, there were so many comparisons between the two characters and the darkness and the different things. For him to be able to have broke it would have been such a feather in his cap and in something that would have prob probably could have extended the, the character of the Undertaker in, in a different capacity.

You know, I mean, Bray would have been the, the in ring aspect of it, but I think that those characters would have somehow maybe merged together in some kind of higher power type deal. But I think of, of all the people that it would have helped, the most, I think Bray would have been the guy. He’s the only one.”

Of, course it was The Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar who earned the privilege to end The Undertaker’s streak, a decision that has been criticized by many fans and critics alike.

As for Bray Wyatt, his legacy is set to be immortalized with an upcoming documentary titled ‘Bray Wyatt: Becoming Immortal‘ set to premiere on Peacock on April 1st, 2024 to give a behind-the-scenes look into the life of the former WWE champion.

What are your thoughts on The Undertaker endorsing Bray Wyatt as a perfect candidate for having ended his WrestleMania streak? Sound off in the comments!

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