Bray Wyatt has spoken about what The Undertaker told him on the 30th anniversary of Raw episode although he made it clear he’s not going to tell anybody exactly what was said.
The January 23rd episode of WWE’s Monday Night Raw was a 30-year celebration of the company’s flagship show. One of the moments that really got people talking was when The Undertaker choked out LA Knight in the ring, then he tossed him over to Bray Wyatt, who dropped his rival Knight with a Sister Abigail neckbreaker.
What happened after Wyatt put Knight down is that The Undertaker walked up to Wyatt, then leaned into his right ear and said something to him. It was done in a way where it was clearly a private moment between a Hall of Famer like The Undertaker talking to a current star like Wyatt in what many people believe to be a “passing the torch” kind of moment.
There is a long history between The Undertaker and Wyatt going back to their WrestleMania 31 match in 2015 that was won by The Undertaker. They are also characters that display supernatural powers at times with The Undertaker doing it a lot over the last 30 years and Wyatt doing it in present-day WWE.
During an interview on Out of Character with Ryan Satin, Bray Wyatt addressed what The Undertaker told him, but he made it clear he is never going to tell anybody what The Undertaker told him and Bray plans to go to his grave with it.
“I think everybody kind of can see it for what it was, right? When something like that happens, that’s something that no one can take away from me. That moment belongs to me. No one else in the world, in the history of time, ever gets to have that moment. No one but me. What he said was something that only I would have understood and something that only I would be able to appreciate for when and where it happened.”
“It was something I never thought would come, but what he said exactly is between me, him, God, and the devil. I’ll never, never tell a soul. I’ll go to my grave with it. But it was powerful and it was unexpected. Very, very cool. Something that I will cherish the rest of my life.”
Bray Wyatt will have his first match on television since his October 2022 return this Saturday, January 28th at the Royal Rumble when he faces LA Knight in a Pitch Black Match.