Quoth Bray Wyatt II

From week to week, Bray Wyatt is increasingly an Iago.  From RAW, 5/24/14:

“He’s got the whole world in his hands, he’s got the whole wide world in his hands. He’s got the whole world in his hands, he’s got the whole world in his hands.

We’re sharing something right now. Something real. I want you to share this with me, brothers and sisters, sing with me –

He’s got the whole world in his hands, he’s got the whole wide world in his hands. He’s got the whole world in his hands, he’s got the whole world in his hands.

Every night, we lay our heads down to dream. And that’s when our minds really start to tick. We start remembering all these things, these horrible things, these travesties that happened to us in our lives. But in our dreams we’re superheroes, and in our dreams we can fix everything. We dream of revenge, we dream of payback. Just like that, man, just like that we wake up, and that’s when reality starts to set in, that’s when we go to the mirror and we look in it and we remember that we are not superheroes. And that we cannot fix everything. And we bottle all this rage up inside of us, go on living our dismal little lives as if nothing is wrong, but everything, everything is wrong! And I plan on fixing that. See, I used to have this mean old teacher. And this teacher, she used to look down upon me, and she went to great measures to make sure that I remembered that I was a piece of trash, and that I would never amount to anything in my life. She believed that everything she read in a book was true, and that everything I believed in was a lie, so, so, I went up to her and I said, miss teacher lady, what is it about you that makes you think you’re so much better than me, that makes you think you’re so much smarter than me? Is it because, is it because your mommy and daddy paid for you to go to some fancy school, so that you can wave this diploma around all of us, so that you can look down upon children and force feed them propaganda?  But I say, nah ah! She looked at me and she said, Bray Wyatt, you are rotten. You stand for nothing.  She said, Bray Wyatt, the first time I ever looked inside of your eyes I knew there was something inside of you, I knew that you were evil.

(Laughs)

I’m proud to say that right now somewhere that teacher lady is rotting inside of some retirement home filled up with all of her life’s regrets. But I, Bray Wyatt, stand her in front of you today as a conqueror! As a revolutionary! As the man of a thousand troops! And I say, miss teacher lady, look at me right now!  I got the whole damn world in my hands! That is my payback. My ends justify my means. But miss teacher lady, she was right about one thing. See, I am evil. I am the necessary evil that must exist in this world to balance everything out. I am evil! My tongue, my tongue is the scorpion’s tail. And when it starts striking, people start getting behind me. And they start getting behind me because I offer them hope. I offer them hope to men like John Cena who want to see everything die. John Cena, he hides behind that plastic smile. He plays the role of hero while everything around him burns. But I promise… at Payback, all my people, at Payback I promise you, this fairy tale is going to end. At Payback, I will be the last man standing. Or I promise no one will ever stand again. But tonight, Luke Harper is going to put John Cena down. Tonight Luke Harper destroys…”

(interrupted by Cena’s entrance music)

 

 

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