Seth Rollins Says Bray Wyatt Character Was Difficult To Work With

Seth Rollins Says Bray Wyatt Character Was Difficult To Work With

Seth Rollins Says Bray Wyatt Character Was Difficult To Work With – While the White Rabbit mystery may be all consuming in the wrestling world at the minute, in a new interview Seth Rollins has reminded fans of a little bit of history.

Reflecting on having worked with the ‘Bray Wyatt character’ in a new interview with Ariel Helwani, Seth Rollins reveals some interesting thoughts.

While Seth Rollins and The Fiend had a compelling feud, the ultimate face off between the two remains infamously controversial as fans nearly universally panned the end to the 2019 Hell in a Cell.

Rollins shared that not only was his character effectively that met a “dire end” after working with the Bray Wyatt character, he says it wasn’t just him.

Rollins saying:

“The Bray Wyatt character was just difficult. If you look at anybody that worked with the Bray Wyatt character for an extended period of time, they didn’t come out of it better than they went in.

“It was very difficult to have a story with him where, aside from Randy obviously who killed him, it was difficult for anyone, maybe Daniel Bryan. Bryan may have escaped a little unscathed, but I mean everyone else pretty much met a dire end for their character.”

Elsewhere in the chat with Helwani, Rollins discusses his current relationship with the former members of The Shield, Roman Reigns and Jon Moxley and shares his honest thoughts about playing ‘second fiddle’ to Reigns. 

While WWE continues to tease an impending arrival through a complex mystery of the ‘White Rabbit,’ many are of the belief the eventual reveal will include the return of Windham Rotunda, formerly known in WWE as Bray Wyatt.

Seth Rollins Says Bray Wyatt Character Was Difficult To Work With

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