Bray Wyatt got his chance to show his skills on the biggest stage against WWE's biggest star tonight (Sun., April 6, 2014) at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana, when he took on John Cena in a featured match at the WrestleMania 30 pay-per-view (PPV) on the WWE Network.
It was just what we wanted it to be, other than Cena winning.
Wyatt opened by getting on his knees and begging Cena to "finish me" and "be the monster you already are". Cena told him to get up and fight. The match continued on with Bray laughing with every strike Cena delivered. Luke Harper and Erick Rowan attempted to step in once or twice but Wyatt always stood them down.
Then, they also started telling Cena to "let it out" while humming and moaning.
Every move throughout the match was carefully orchestrated to best serve the story they were telling. Wyatt was working not to win, necessarily, but to make Cena succumb to the devil inside him, the devil that makes Bray do it.
They teased a spot with Cena about to use steel steps but he ultimately decided not to. The match ran long -- really long -- but they put together an incredibly well thought out match and the crowd was always right there with them.
Even when Cena pinned Wyatt in the middle of the ring after the AA.