WWE’s Bray Wyatt confirms recent injury

Bray Wyatt has wrestled just six matches since his return to the WWE last October, five of them at non-televised live events. In January, it was reported that Wyatt suffered a broken finger on his left hand during a match with Jinder Mahal on December 29 in Miami, and outside of his Pitch Black Match against LA Knight in the royal rumble WWE had barred Wyatt from participating in matches until Saturday night in Columbus, Georgia. Wyatt even confirmed the injury via his Twitter account, responding to Dijak after the big man broke his middle finger during a match with Wes Lee at NXT: Vengeance Day ia charlotte.

Wyatt faced Knight in a “Lights Out Street Fight” on Saturday night and won over sister Abigail. It was also confirmed on social media that Wyatt appeared before the match wearing an Uncle Howdy mask. After the events of last week’s Royal Rumble and SmackDown, it seems Wyatt and Howdy are on the same wavelength.

“Some people like new concepts and people who take risks and stuff, and then there are people who don’t because they don’t,” Wyatt said of the Pitch Black contest in a post-show press conference. Rumbling. “It’s a sport to some, it’s a show to others. The beauty of wrestling and this industry is that there’s something for everyone. I’ve always prided myself on being willing to take risks and do things that no one has ever done it. In my opinion, if you’re not willing to do that, what are you doing here?”

Wyatt also discussed his interaction with The Undertaker from Raw’s 30th Anniversary special last month: “It’s something that only I get, you know? It’s something for me, it’s something for my kids to watch later, you know? It is just like a satisfaction Something for all your hard work and all the years you’ve been compared to him even though you didn’t ask for it I think everyone in the world finally understands I’ll never be him I’ve never tried to be him. Why would anyone be him? He’s the only Undertaker.”

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