Recently, Bray Wyatt attacked the WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle on the August 5th edition of Monday Night RAW. Now, he has issued an apology to The Olympic Hero. Wyatt has become one of the most talked-about people in WWE since his return after WrestleMania 35. Currently, the Wyatt Family leader seems to have an on-screen split character. So, this empowers him to talk rationally as himself from the solace of his ‘Firefly Fun House.’
Likewise, he has the option to do contemptible assaults inside a WWE ring as his alter-ego, “The Fiend.” Meanwhile, Wyatt has utilized social media off-screen to apologize to different Superstars who he has quarreled with him. Earlier, he had issued apologies to Roman Reigns, Chris Jericho, The New Day and Fandango. Wyatt’s latest apology came in July when he said “sorry” & “thank you” in a tweet to Mick Foley after assaulting him at Raw Reunion.
On RAW, Kurt Angle played a referee in match between Drew McIntyre and Cedric Alexander in his hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. However, The Fiend all of a sudden showed up and locked a Mandible Claw on the WWE Hall of Famer. Now, former WWE Champion has taken to twitter to convey an apology for his activities towards Angle on Raw. Wyatt composed that he still idolizes Angle. Also, he believes that the Olympic Gold medalist can comprehend why he did what he did.
As a young man I idolized you.
Today is no different.
I hope you can understand.
I’m sorry for what I have done.
I wish you knew how much.
This time it all has to be perfect.
Revenge is a confession
— Bray Wyatt (@WWEBrayWyatt) August 7, 2019
Bray Wyatt will compete in his first televised match at SummerSlam PPV. He will take on Finn Balor as “The Fiend” at The Biggest Event of Summer. As per reports, Balor is due to take time off following the show. So, it remains to be seen who Wyatt’s next target will be.