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Bray Wyatt believes that he is ready to main event WrestleMania, comments on working with Randy Orton

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Bray Wyatt recently spoke with Sky Sports to promote next weekend's Royal Rumble PPV event. During the interview, he was asked about working with Randy Orton. He said that people do not think that Orton belongs with the Wyatt Family but when they see them together then they realize that they’re not that different at all. He said that they had formed a bond that will last forever and that they had success together and failures together. He added that they had reinvented each other and that makes a hell of a team.

When asked if he thinks is he ready to main event Wrestlemania, he asked who deserves to main event WrestleMania more than him. He doesn’t think anyone else does. He thinks that the reset button on his career has been pushed and that everything is coming to fruition. He pointed out his win at Survivor Series, winning SmackDown Live Tag Team Championships and that the Royal Rumble is the final piece as he is in his prime.

When asked who would be his dream opponent at WrestleMania, Wyatt said that Daniel Bryan would be his match-up. He feels that he didn’t get to finish what he started with Bryan and that it was taken away from him. He said that this year he has a plan to beat AJ Styles for the WWE Championship and that he would like for the match to be a Last Man Standing Match.

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You can read the entire interview here.