According to a new report, The Undertaker made one special request of Vince McMahon in relation to Bray Wyatt following their WrestleMania 31 bout.
At WrestleMania 30 in 2014, The Undertaker put his Streak on the line as he did almost every year at WrestleMania against Brock Lesnar. Everybody knows that what followed was one of the most historic moments in WWE history as Lesnar became the 1 in 21-1 when he ended The Streak.
The following year, The Undertaker was back at The Show of Shows for WrestleMania 31 and looked to get back to winning ways as he took on Bray Wyatt. The Deadman did pick up the win, giving Wyatt two huge losses at WrestleMania in a row after he had been defeated by John Cena the previous year.
At the 30th anniversary of Raw, The American Badass rode again as The Undertaker confronted LA Knight who had been running his mouth in the ring. Attempting to evade his last ride, Knight left the ring but continued his diatribe before he was cut off by his Royal Rumble opponent Bray Wyatt.
The Undertaker grabbed Knight around the throat but rather than deliver a chokeslam he offered him up to Wyatt who dropped Knight with his Sister Abigail. The WWE Hall of Famer and Wyatt then stared one another down before ‘Taker whispered apparent words of encouragement to his former rival.
WrestleVotes has reported that this was not the first time that The Undertaker has offered encouragement to Bray Wyatt. Apparently following their WrestleMania 31 bout, ‘Taker told Vince McMahon to “take care of him” in regards to The Eater Of Worlds.
Feels like a good time to tweet this, following their match at WrestleMania 31 Undertaker told Vince in the post match embrace to “take care of him” in reference to Bray. Regardless of what happen in the interim, Taker has always been a huge Wyatt supporter. It showed just now.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) January 24, 2023
During his first run in WWE, Bray Wyatt became both a Universal and WWE Champion but he was released by the company on Vince McMahon’s watch in July 2021. Wyatt returned with WWE under the leadership of Triple H at Extreme Rules in October 2022.