Bray Wyatt has only been on the WWE main roster for a few years now, but 2017 has been an important year for his career so far. Bray managed to win the WWE Championship for the first time at Elimination Chamber, and many fans feel that the title win was a long time coming.
The former WWE Champion was recently a guest on the Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast, and he said that winning the title made his life’s work complete, but he’s far from done. Bray went on to say that he feels his body will be able to keep going for another 15 years (via Wrestling Inc).
“There’s a lot of stuff I have to do yet. It’s just [winning the world title] was something very important to me and this is something that will cement me. Forever I will be remembered as something special, but my body is ready to roll for another 15 years, so I’m not looking at stopping. I’ve got a lot that I want to do and a lot that I want to achieve.” Wyatt said, “I just know [I will last 15 more years]. I’ve got nowhere else to go. This is where I belong and as hope would have it that I would last that long. That’s how I see myself.”
Bray Wyatt comes from a wrestling family but he noted that Paul Heyman pointed out he is the first person in his family to win he WWE Championship.
During the recent Superstar Shake-up, Bray was moved from SmackDown Live to Raw, and he says that he’s looking forward to feuding with Seth Rollins at some point, as well as rekindling his feud with current Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose.
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