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brainbustaaahhh:

The main event saw FCW 15 Champion Brad Maddox defend against Bray Wyatt (Husky Harris) and Leo Kruger. Wyatt went down early in the match injured. The match ended quickly after some confusion and Wyatt was taken to the back. The show ended abruptly. Spyke added that it looked like a shoulder injury or dislocation.

NO NO NO NO NOOOOOOOOOOOO

My heart is sinking :’(

bobdahlstrom:

I really liked Husky Harris when he was around. I hated his name, but I liked the character and I liked what he was able to do for a man that build.
That being said, I’m really excited to see more of Bray Wyatt. I haven’t seen much short of a few promos on youtube, but a character like that definitely gets me. Of course there’s the Max Cady/Waylon Mercy comparisons, but I am very okay with a character like that on tv.

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bobdahlstrom:

I really liked Husky Harris when he was around. I hated his name, but I liked the character and I liked what he was able to do for a man that build.

That being said, I’m really excited to see more of Bray Wyatt. I haven’t seen much short of a few promos on youtube, but a character like that definitely gets me. Of course there’s the Max Cady/Waylon Mercy comparisons, but I am very okay with a character like that on tv.

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I don’t think y’all understand how stoked I am to finally be able to watch this in full. I’m so excited about the new NXT. If you haven’t seen it yet, DO SO RIGHT NOW. Trust me. You won’t regret it. 
I’ve been looking for something to get me ‘back into wrestling’, and I think I’ve found that something. Last week’s inaugural episode of the new NXT felt fresh and different and unique and I managed to sit through the entire episode without fast fowarding a single thing (RAW Recap excluded). I don’t remember the last Raw or Smackdown I can say the same thing about. 
I’m still not sure if my undying love for Husky makes me biased, but Bray Wyatt just gets better and better. I can’t fucking wait to see him debut in the coming weeks. I don’t know much about a lot of the other wrestlers who featured in the first episode, but I was impressed by all of them. I’ve seen nothing of Conor O’Brian’s work bar his weird I’m-a-rat-shtick from NXT4 (which I hated), but he and Kenneth Cameron look fucking badass as The Ascension. 
I think Dusty makes a great General Manager and the combination on commentary of J.R. and William Regal is absolute nirvana after two hours of Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler shitting in your ears. This is the perfect platform to usher in a new era of wrestling. I get to see some of the performers who I already know are great (Bray Wyatt/Antonio Cesaro/Kassius Ohno/Paige/Dean Ambrose (eventually?)/etc.) in all their glory, while simultaneously witnessing the greatness of others for the very first time, all without the pressure that comes with competing for air time with the top-tier guys on Mondays/Fridays. It’s an exciting time to be a mainstream wrestling fan. 
Anyway, if you’re in the market for something new and want legitimately interesting and unique characters with huge amounts of potential, tune in next week. Make this show a success, if not for the sake of your favourite underrated WWE employee, at the very least for me and my desire to continue fapping to Husky in HD. 

I don’t think y’all understand how stoked I am to finally be able to watch this in full. I’m so excited about the new NXT. If you haven’t seen it yet, DO SO RIGHT NOW. Trust me. You won’t regret it. 

I’ve been looking for something to get me ‘back into wrestling’, and I think I’ve found that something. Last week’s inaugural episode of the new NXT felt fresh and different and unique and I managed to sit through the entire episode without fast fowarding a single thing (RAW Recap excluded). I don’t remember the last Raw or Smackdown I can say the same thing about. 

I’m still not sure if my undying love for Husky makes me biased, but Bray Wyatt just gets better and better. I can’t fucking wait to see him debut in the coming weeks. I don’t know much about a lot of the other wrestlers who featured in the first episode, but I was impressed by all of them. I’ve seen nothing of Conor O’Brian’s work bar his weird I’m-a-rat-shtick from NXT4 (which I hated), but he and Kenneth Cameron look fucking badass as The Ascension

I think Dusty makes a great General Manager and the combination on commentary of J.R. and William Regal is absolute nirvana after two hours of Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler shitting in your ears. This is the perfect platform to usher in a new era of wrestling. I get to see some of the performers who I already know are great (Bray Wyatt/Antonio Cesaro/Kassius Ohno/Paige/Dean Ambrose (eventually?)/etc.) in all their glory, while simultaneously witnessing the greatness of others for the very first time, all without the pressure that comes with competing for air time with the top-tier guys on Mondays/Fridays. It’s an exciting time to be a mainstream wrestling fan. 

Anyway, if you’re in the market for something new and want legitimately interesting and unique characters with huge amounts of potential, tune in next week. Make this show a success, if not for the sake of your favourite underrated WWE employee, at the very least for me and my desire to continue fapping to Husky in HD

kissmyambrose:

Good things come to those who believe in Bray Wyatt. Parents, stop lying to your children and tellin’ them that monsters are not real! Your children should be lookin’ underneath their beds at night. They should be worried that there’s monsters— MONSTERS. ARE. REAL. The Boogeyman is real. I … I am real.

- NXT 6/20/12

YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES

I completely forgot I have yesterday’s NXT recorded on my DVR. HUUUUSKY :’)

Bray Wyatt’s TV persona is one of the most unique and compelling to come along in a good while and the young athlete, who at one time wrestled as Husky Harris, has put a great deal of time and effort into his new persona. Some may compare it to the DeNiro character in Cape Fear and even Waylon Mercy back in the day but this uniquely Bray Wyatt incarnation feels new and fresh plus the athlete behind it is big and aggressive….and has youth going for him.

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JR knows whats up

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