WWE superstar Bray Wyatt talks with Brian Fritz of SportingNews.com about being in his first video game in the upcoming WWE 2K15 game, action figures when he was growing up, how his entrance has blown up, crowd response and whether he is a babyface or a villain, finding the real him in his character now, the past year and feuds with John Cena and Chris Jericho and what is yet to come.
Here are some excerpts from the interview:
On being in the new WWE 2K15 game:
I think the game is pretty cool. As far as my appearance in the game, I think it’s pretty spot on. They could have made me a little more jacked, that would have been more realistic. My muscles are a little smaller in the game than they are in real life so I’m a little upset about that but as far as from an entrance perspective and gameplay, wow, it’s just breathtaking.
On getting cheered by audiences:
I don’t think I’m a category. I can’t be put in a category just because I don’t feel like there’s good people and bad people in real life. I think there’s good people who do bad things and bad people who do good things. There’s no such thing as good and bad. There’s just this collage of humanity that society has portrayed. You dress like this when you’re in front of people but behind closed doors, who knows who you really are.
On the past year in the WWE:
It’s been tremendous but it’s not enough. It’s never enough. So it’s like the tenacity to move forward and jeep moving forward. And the things I have planned that are coming up are going to be alarming for the rest of the world, the free world.