Source: Daily Journal

Bray Wyatt recently spoke with The Daily Journal to promote the upcoming WWE live event in Tupelo, MS. The full interview is at this link and below are highlights:

Always wanting to make a name for himself:

"I don't really view myself as a legacy. I am my own thing. When I was a child, all I wanted to do was get here some day at some point because I had so much to say and things I wanted to accomplish. Not because someone before me did, but because I had my own message."

Growing up in the business:

"Growing up in that environment is a strange thing. Most people couldn't imagine it. When I was a child, I thought everyone was a wrestler. I thought when you went to work, you went to go wrestle. It was weird hearing kids talk trash about your family from what they see on television, but it kind of molded me and made me what I am today thick-skinned."

Being the most memorable going today:

"I am the most shock and awe product there is today. It's a strange vibe when I come out. I'm different than anything else out there. It's violence and wildness."

Check out the full interview with Wyatt at this link.

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