Bray Wyatt Explains How Things Are Different In WWE With Triple H Running The Show
Bray Wyatt has explained some of the differences between Triple H running the show in WWE compared to how things were like when Vince McMahon was in charge.
When Bray Wyatt came back to WWE at Extreme Rules last October, he did so after Triple H made the call to bring him back. That’s because Triple H took over the WWE creative team last July after Vince McMahon “retired” as the WWE Chairman due to numerous hush money payments to cover his affairs with multiple women over the last 20 years.
While Wyatt had a lot of success in WWE as a three-time WWE/Universal Champion with Vince McMahon calling the shots, he also got released by Vince in July 2021 at a time when it shocked a lot of people considering Wyatt’s stature in the company.
Since coming back to WWE, Wyatt has been presented as a babyface character with a mysterious figure known as Uncle Howdy appearing alongside him at times while Wyatt struggles to keep the demons in check.
At tonight’s Royal Rumble event, Bray Wyatt will have his first televised match (he has had several live event matches) since coming back when he faces LA Knight in the first-ever “Mountain Dew” Pitch Black Match.
During an interview on Out of Character with Ryan Satin, Wyatt explained how things are different in WWE now.
“This is different now. It’s more of a free flow. Everything that happens now is organic and I don’t know if you can tell, you know, from a television standpoint as much. I think you can. But now it’s like, when things happen, they happen in the moment, you know? It’s not preparation. It’s not all this hoopla surrounding it and there’s not all these rules. It’s kind of, things are just happening that is the genius of Triple H.”