Bray Wyatt Says Vince McMahon Is Above Man

Bray Wyatt has said in promos that he's a god, but he believes that Vince McMahon is also beyond normal human comprehension.

Wyatt spoke to AL.com on his thoughts about the WWE Chairman. He didn't just give McMahon a simple compliment, he went above and beyond to say good things about his bossman

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“Vince McMahon is not a human being," Wyatt said. "They don’t make people like Vince. Vince is Vince. I can’t even describe to you what it’s like being in a room with Vince McMahon. He is above man. That’s the best way I can put it. Like-minded people take over the world, so I’ve always had a great rapport with him.”

The 29-year-old said that he is right now at the point of his career where he has to succeed. He has said in the past that he was not a fan of the Husky Harris character and that his make-or-break situation in his career is what spawned the Bray Wyatt character.

"Throughout my career, when I was at my most miserable, I have always become my most focused and dangerous," Wyatt said. "I feel like I’m already at that point again right now to where it’s make-or-break Bray Wyatt time. I want it all. That’s where my head is at. That all came from.”

Wyatt also spoke about his calf injury back in April in the interview.

"I can only speak for myself, obviously, but this injury that happened to me, I was in Milan, Italy. My calf just exploded, man. I really felt like I was on fire. Maybe even more so than they already had, people really started getting behind me and understanding what I was really and truly about. When I went down, I remember sitting there and thinking to myself, "Why me?" I felt as if God was punishing me. And as I sat there for a couple of months in misery and just thinking about where I was going to go when I came back, it put a lot of things in perspective for me. It helped me realize the values that I have and the objectives that I want to accomplish. It kind of gave me laser focus. Throughout my career, when I was at my most miserable, I have always become my most focused and dangerous. I feel like I'm already at that point again right now to where it's make-or-break Bray Wyatt time. I want it all. That's where my head is at. That all came from," said Wyatt.

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