Found July 19, 2012 on
PLAYERS: Husky Harris

FCW has changed their website to reflect Husky Harris’ new gimmick, Bray Wyatt.

Speaking of Bray Wyatt, we’ve noted before that WWE officials are very high on his new gimmick. Wyatt was expected to stay on WWE NXT while he’s injured but he was not at the recent NXT tapings. The feeling is that they would rather have him take time off to get healed up after surgery and come back in six months or so with a fresh start. WWE officials want him to pay better attention to his diet and to drop some weight.

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Paul Heyman Praises Bray ‘Husky Harris’ Wyatt – Details

Paul Heyman recently praised CW & NXT star Bray Wyatt (formerly Husky Harris) on Twitter recently. Here is what Heyman posted… “@HuskyWWE Bray Wyatt is destined for greatness. U didn’t hear it here 1st.But I mean it w/ more passion than any1 else!” Wyatt responded to Heyman’s comments, posting the following… “@HeymanHustle Thank you for the kind words sir, it means...

HBK’s Latest Video, Triple H High On McGillicutty, WWE/Comic-Con

– Bray “Husky Harris” Wyatt was injured several weeks ago during a match. The original plan was for him to stay on developmental TV in a speaking role, since he would be out for close to six months. Now WWE has decided that him to take the time off, rest up and then return and start fresh. The company also wants him to watch his diet and drop some weight. – Word is that Triple...
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