WWE News: Bray Wyatt on recruiting brother Bo Dallas to The Wyatt Family, feud with John Cena and more
Wyatt also revealed what makes his partnership with Randy Orton so special.
At the TLC pay-per-view, The New Wyatt Family laid their hands on championship gold as Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton defeated the team of Heath Slater and Rhyno to become SmackDown Tag Team Champions. The following night on SmackDown Live, the duo successfully defended their titles against the same opponents.
‘The Eater of The Worlds’ recently appeared in an interview with WTOP, where he discussed his new partnership with ‘The Apex Predator’ and the possibilities of him working with his brother Bo Dallas among other topics.
Talking about his unlikely alliance with the man against whom he was feuding a couple of months back, Wyatt said that Orton is very much like him and this is what makes their pairing so dangerous. He also opined that the two of them could rule the world if they work together.
“When you look at Randy and me, whether you look at us as good guys and bad guys, me and Randy have so many similarities. We're a similar type of people, and us joining forces makes us the strongest alliance. We won a Survivor Series match; we dominated this SmackDown Live Tag Team Championship. It's good to be the king, and I think together we can rule the world. It's that type of situation,” Bray was quoted as saying.
On being asked if he would like to recruit his brother, Bo Dallas, to The Wyatt Family, ‘The New Face of Fear’ claimed that it would be an honour for him to stand alongside Bo like they used to do in the past. He also expressed his interest in making the Big Show join the Wyatt Family.
Wyatt stated “Whatever man. I can't read the future. It would be an honour to stand side by side with him like we used to. There are a lot of guys I could see standing with over the years. Big Show has a beautiful beard right now, and I've been thinking about recruiting him. What could be better than just having a giant on the leash?”
Bray Wyatt was also asked to provide his views on the rivalry that he had with John Cena in the first half of 2014. He referred to Cena was the ‘Hulk Hogan’ of this era but insisted that he wanted to feud with him once again because the two of them still have some unfinished business from their previous feud.
“John Cena is the man here. He's the Hulk Hogan of our era. I'm not done with John; I'll run into John again. But John, it was a cool way to bring out -- but it was also extremely dissatisfying the way I ended it. If you defeat John, you become the man; you become the one everyone is looking out for. Not that everyone is already, but there's still unfinished business there,” said ‘The Eater Of The Worlds’.