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Bray Wyatt says he forgives John Cena

Bray Wyatt and John Cena have shared the squared circle on many occasions in the past. As part of his new character, Wyatt has been taking to social media to right the wrongs of his past.

He did so yet again with the fellow former WWE Champion. Wyatt took to his official Twitter account to say he forgives Cena for the lessons that Cena taught him. He wrote the following:

“Bad people don’t start off bad, it’s the choices they make. They make these choices because they want to be remembered, envied, worshipped. Intentions always start off just, but then the journey happens…. and the CHOICES you make cement your legacy.

To be continued… I wanted to be brave and courageous, but I lost my way. I gave into desires and lost my meaning. Lessons painfully learned. I can be a hero. I will be a hero. Because you need me to be. I forgive you @JohnCena. Thank you for the painful lessons#DanceWithMeYouFool.”

Their most notable match came when Wyatt won the WWE Championship from Cena at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view event in 2017. Other notable matches include Cena defeating Wyatt at WrestleMania 30 and Wyatt beating Cena in a steel cage at Extreme Rules 2014.

They would then work a Last Man Standing match the next month at the Payback pay-per-view event and a match on Raw that August.


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