The recent advances of Bray Wyatt's storyline with Randy Orton have certainly been polarizing, that much is undeniable. Regardless of fan's opinions though, Wyatt seems pleased with the rather bizarre direction the WWE title feud has taken.
"It's been a ride man. I was a guy who everyone always said 'oh, he doesn't even need a title to be a success'. Me and Randy joined forces, we dominated the WWE and we won Survivor Series, we won the Rumble, we won the tag team titles, and I won the WWE World Championship at the Elimination Chamber," Wyatt told The Mirror. "It's been a thrill ride and it's been a great success and here I am, holding this title, champion of the entire world. It's a really cool feeling man. It's a feeling of power. It's something I take very seriously."
"It's beautiful. It's beautiful. And going into the biggest event of the year, me and Randy have so much history together now. and like you said, there is the twists and the turns, and how bad I really just want to hit him! Ha ha. It gives the fans a platform, to really invest in something, and that's a tribute to a lot of people. But it's going to be something special man, that I promise you."
In fairness, many have enjoyed much of the Wyatt/Orton saga but there is also a contingent that's been put off by the somewhat hokey and dramatic direction it's gone in, particularly recently. Either way, Wyatt will defend his WWE title against the former 12-time Champion Orton this Sunday at WrestleMania and we'll find out if Wyatt's bold prediction is indeed accurate.