It looks like Bray Wyatt is tougher than your typical wrestler. Despite suffering a serious ankle injury on Sunday afternoon, he still managed to put on a pretty good match with the Undertaker. WWE wanted him to take some time off, so he was removed from the latest episode of Monday Night Raw. However, the third generation star has decided to step back into the ring. He worked the dark match main event at the Smackdown taping yesterday.
April 1, 2015
WWE fans were quite thrilled yesterday when photos surfaced of Sting and the Undertaker chatting at the airport. Seeing their friendship increases the hope that the two of them will get together for the much anticipated match at Wrestlemania next year. Well, those fans are going to be even more thrilled when they learn that the two legends shared a locker room together at Levi Stadium. They also spent a good amount of time together over the weekend.
April 1, 2015
Since he is coming off of a huge match with Undertaker at Wrestlemania, many were under the assumption that Bray Wyatt was going to be featured prominently on Monday Night Raw as a way to capitalize on the momentum. However, WWE opted to keep him off television instead. His injury is the biggest reason for that, as management does not want to jeopardize his future. Wyatt may be kept out until after Extreme Rules.
March 31, 2015
When it comes to being old school, Bray Wyatt was that well before he was born. His family has a long history of toughness. On Sunday afternoon, while preparing for his big match against Undertaker at Wrestlemania, Wyatt suffered a severe ankle sprain. It was so bad that he was having trouble just standing backstage. The medical team put him in a cast to help alleviate the pain. Despite that, though, he still went through with his performance.
March 30, 2015
In the sixth match at Wrestlemania, Undertaker defied age and time to defeat Bray Wyatt. While the bout was not nearly as epic as the ones he had against Shawn Michaels and Triple H, the veteran performer still looked very solid in the ring. A lot of high impact moves were done by both wrestlers. Wyatt managed to kick out of the first Tombstone Piledriver, which doesn't happen frequently, but the second one was too much for him.
March 29, 2015
As many of you already know, two matches have been moved from the main Wrestlemania card and placed on the kickoff show. The reason for that is because management has been planning extravagant entrances for Rusev, Undertaker, Bray Wyatt and Triple H. While his name is not on the list, you can more than likely expect something pretty spectacular for Sting, as this is his actual in ring debut for WWE.
March 29, 2015
One of the problems that WWE had when they decided to put Bray Wyatt in a high profile match with Undertaker at Wrestlemania is his next feud. When you're up against a legendary performer at the biggest wrestling pay per view of the year, there's going to be a steep decline in your next program. That is why there are talks about having Wyatt working a program with Triple H because that would not be viewed as a huge drop down the ladder.
March 28, 2015
Bad news for those of you that are still holding out hope that we will get to see the Undertaker before his high profile match against Bray Wyatt at Wrestlemania. WWE has no plans of doing that right now. The hope by management is that fans will subscribe to their online service to get a glimpse of the legendary performer since his big streak ending loss to Brock Lesnar at the pay per view last year. Giving him away for free is not something planned.
March 11, 2015
Back when WWE decided to tap the breaks on the Bray Wyatt push, it was widely reported that management did that because they ran out of opponents for him to work with. However, that did not stop certain fans from believing that he was being punished. The fact that the front office is giving him a prime spot at Wrestlemania in a high profile match against Undertaker, that should be more than enough to eliminate that notion.
March 9, 2015