Bray Wyatt Quotes.
You find inspiration everywhere. The best inspiration is the people you grew up with. Nobody else knows about you than when you were just regular, everyday people. That’s where most of it comes from.
I will build my empire next to the sea, so I can laugh from my throne as my enemies drown.
John Cena is the man here. He’s the Hulk Hogan of our era.
Just remember…you are the one with everything to lose.
School is not for me. I’m volatile and hate being told what to do.
I am a well-spoken, educated person, and I’m also an extremely accomplished athlete. For me, it’s disrespect and a slap in the face when people say I broke a mold as champion or I don’t fit as champion.
Since day one, my inception, when I came into the world – I had my eyes on power. The WWE championship is power.
I have to sit alone in a room and be alone with my own thoughts. It always starts with an idea, and once the idea grows, I have a concept of what I want to say, and once I go out there and start feeling the energy, that concept grows and becomes whatever it is.
When you watch ‘UFC,’ there is not a cliche champion who looks the same every time.
I’ve always been my own person. Everything I’ve ever done in my life I did the hard way.
Vince McMahon is not a human being. They don’t make people like Vince. Vince is Vince. I can’t even describe to you what it’s like being in a room with Vince McMahon. He is above man. That’s the best way I can put it. Like-minded people take over the world, so I’ve always had a great rapport with him.
You have to prepare yourself mentally and physically by training and knowing how to take care of yourself the best you can so that you’re able to fight and get to where you want to be.
I’ve seen lots of Halloween people dressed up like me and they’ll send me pictures. And I found that very rewarding to know that I’ve reached anyone.
I will claim the soul of The Undertaker
I think the audience likes to be entertained.
When you go out there, and you’re in the ring, honestly, half the time you forget what city you’re even in because you’re so focused on what you’re doing and the task at hand.
Once upon a time, I liked to call myself ‘The Grandfather of NXT’ because I was one of the first to come up as I was, from NXT.
The first time I fought Undertaker. I remember watching him walk down and having this chill. You know that feeling when you’re almost getting into a car accident? It felt like that continuously for 10 minutes. That was a moment.
I think the thing about keeping your character fresh is, when you change as an individual, you have to flow with it.