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Bray Wyatt Could Do Better Than Almost Anybody, Says Chris Jericho

Bray Wyatt sadly left this world way too soon and according to Chris Jericho, there was nobody better in the modern era of pro wrestling.

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Bray Wyatt sadly left this world way too soon and according to Chris Jericho, there was nobody better in the modern era of pro wrestling.

Bray Wyatt Could Do Better Than Almost Anybody, Says Chris Jericho

The world lost an amazing person in August. Bray Wyatt will always be remembered as one of the most creative minds in the business. 

He created several personalities in NXT and WWE, with most receiving huge praise. 

On Superstar Crossover, Chris Jericho shared some memories of Wyatt, who he had nothing but praise for.

“He was a faucet of creativity,” said Jericho. “Once you see him do it, it’s like this is so great, it’s so wrestling.” 

“Because wrestling is that, wrestling is the Firefly Funhouse, but to be able to think about that and create it and make it a thing and there’s all of these different characters and it’s like Mr. Rogers on crack, but it’s cool. That to me was the best of Bray Wyatt.”

“It’s hard to translate that into a match but matches come secondary, it’s characters and connecting with people and making them want to see you perform. And that’s what Bray Wyatt could do better than almost anybody in the modern era.”

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“Man, I spent a lot of time with him. We worked at least two dozen times all over the world, probably more than that.”

Wyatt has been off WWE TV since around March. After his passing, we learned he was dealing with COVID at one point and his death was ruled a heart attack.

His final match with WWE, which was his second stint with her promotion, was against LA Knight at the Royal Rumble in January. He was set to work with Bobby Lashley, but his illness prevented the match from moving forward.

Bray Wyatt
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So, we world loved to hear some of the fans share their favorite memories of Bray Wyatt?

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