Bray Wyatt On Who His Character Is Based Off
Bray Wyatt confirmed in an appearance on the Steve Austin Show, that the 1995 WWF gimmick Waylon Mercy (Dan Spivey) was a key inspiration for his character. In fact Spivey was backstage at NXT when Wyatt was told to change up his persona and the two had a long conversation. Wyatt said he watched Cape Fear with Robert De Niro and Charles Manson interviews to help formulate the character.
He also said a childhood friend called Bray White inspired the name.
It’s interesting that he essentially came up with hi own character.
Anon GM Last Minute Decision
It’s believed the anonymous GM storyline coming back was a last minute decision and may not last long. Next Monday’s RAW will be themed “Cyber Monday” with fan voting, and the GM will play a big role.
The Rock’s Wake Up Call
In “Wake Up Call,” The Rock will tackle the worst of the worst and make them into the best of the best with his own personal brand of high-octane motivation. From dysfunctional homes and dead-beat dads to sports teams that don’t gel and businesses struggling to survive, The Rock is going to descend into the chaos of everyday problems to pull good people up by the bootstraps, reminding them what hard work, passion and true discipline can accomplish.
Each segment on “Wake Up Call” will be a journey for The Rock and his team, as well as for those who will struggle to live up to The Rock’s Herculean ideals. With 4 a.m. wake-up calls, emotional reunions and near-impossible goals, everyone who comes in contact with The Rock’s electric sense of personal motivation will grow from it, finding inner strength and heart.
Speaking of The Rock, he’s rumored to be the lead in Transformers 5.
Wade Barrett Gets US Residency
Wade Barrett has been granted his “green card” and is now a resident of the United States. This means he’ll have no more visa issues.