The Undertaker Wants WWE To Make Major Changes With Bray Wyatt

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WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker has had his say on what he thinks WWE needs to do with Bray Wyatt to get his career in the company back on track.

Bray Wyatt was surprisingly released by WWE back in July 2021 with his last appearance in the company prior to that coming at WrestleMania 37 where he lost to Randy Orton.

In September 2022, teases began appearing on WWE television hinting at Wyatt’s return to the company and he did just that at Extreme Rules in October to huge fanfare. But despite that, Wyatt has only competed in one match since coming back to WWE which came at the 2023 Royal Rumble when he defeated LA Knight in a Mountain Dew Pitch Black match.

While there seems to be some doubt over just who is in running the nuts and bolts of creative in WWE following Vince McMahon’s return at the beginning of 2023, The Undertaker has revealed his thoughts on his WrestleMania 31 opponent.

Speaking to Alistair McGeorge of Metro, The Undertaker offered some advice to WWE in regard to Bray Wyatt’s future and thinks it’s time to get back to what brought Wyatt to the dance:

“They need to back Bray’s character up to the original character, get away from – they’ve kind of got themselves booked into a situation where it’s kind of difficult for him to have matches.

“I think the original Wyatt Family Bray, that’s the money. I got to work with Bray at ‘Mania the year after I got concussed in the Brock match. I worked with Bray – I think a lot of him, and I like what he’s doing. I think they just have to figure out how to… they need to back it up I think.

“His promos, and then his ability to work – he’s an incredible, incredible worker but he’s not getting the opportunity to do it. I hope the best for him, I really do think a lot of him. We’ll see what happens there.”

A recent report on Bray Wyatt’s current status in WWE indicates that the star is still not cleared to compete following suggestions of an illness that kept him off the WrestleMania 39 card.