The Evolution Of Bray Wyatt: How The Wrestler Went From 'Husky Harris' To 'The Fiend'


  1. Husky Harris - The wrestler first made his debut in the WWE in 2010 under the name Husky Harris. He was part of the second season of NXT, a WWE reality competition series. Harris was eliminated in the fourth week, but was signed by the WWE shortly after.
  2. The Wyatt Family - In 2012, Harris was repackaged as Bray Wyatt, the leader of a stable of wrestlers known as The Wyatt Family. Wyatt's character was portrayed as a cult leader who preached a message of "follow the buzzards". The stable was successful, winning the SmackDown Tag Team Championships twice.
  3. Solo Career - In 2014, Wyatt split from The Wyatt Family and embarked on a solo career. He had several memorable feuds and matches, including a victory over John Cena at the Royal Rumble. He won the WWE Championship in 2017 and held it for five months, the longest reign in the title's history.
  4. The Fiend - In 2019, Wyatt was repackaged as "The Fiend", a demonic character with a disturbing entrance and a signature move called the "Mandible Claw". The Fiend has been a dominant force in the WWE, winning the Universal Championship on multiple occasions.
  5. Enduring Legacy - Bray Wyatt's transformation from Husky Harris to The Fiend is a testament to his staying power in the WWE. His character has evolved and grown over the years, and he has become one of the most popular wrestlers in the company.

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