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WWE has always strived to make Wyatt look as strong as possible leading up to the climactic ending of each feud. That way, his opponent's win will be seen as a major accomplishment.

John Cena, Dean Ambrose, Undertaker: All were targeted. All prevailed in some way, shape or form over Wyatt. All were considered heroic for defeating The Eater of Worlds.

But the fact is that beating Bray Wyatt isn’t nearly as special as it is made to be.

While his televised match record is a healthy 10-4-1 according to the Internet Wrestling Database, multiple wins over the trio of Jack Swagger, Zack Ryder and R-Truth pad that statistic.

So how does a slightly-better-than-average wrestler become a cult hero and main eventer? By staying true to the formula. Haunting vignettes, ambiguous references and apoplectic sermons all keep Wyatt as a mythical figure, while his in-ring presence—usually run-ins to disrupt existing matches or sudden appearances—is kept to a minimum.

It worked for a while. But the sweet recipe has started turning sour in 2015. As stated in Bray Wyatt’s midyear report card earlier this week, he’s more bluster than bite.

The Wyatt narrative has moved away from its roots as a mysterious figure setting out to conquer the world. It’s instead become a perennial cycle of hyperbole.
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