|From||Snake Bight, Florida|
|Debut||1st February 2012|
|Season 1 Record||4-12|
|Season 2 Record||1-2|
|Season 3 Record||19-7|
|Season 4 Record||10-5|
Bray Wyatt is a member of the NXT roster as of 2017. He has held two championships during his WTX Universe career as he is a former two-time NXT Champion. Wyatt formerly went by the name "Husky Harris" throughout 2012.
Husky Harris & NXT (2012)
Bray Wyatt made his WTX Universe debut on the debut episode of NXT on February 1st 2012 in a singles match with Brodus Clay, Wyatt originally went by the name Husky Harris during this run on NXT, the two main evented the debut episode of NXT with Clay getting the pinfall victory over Harris. Harris performed on NXT for a majority of 2012, disappearing towards the end of the year.
Return as Bray Wyatt (2013)
On the August 26th 2013 edition of RAW, Harris made his return under the name Bray Wyatt, with a completely different appearance, interupting the return of The Undertaker, the two broke out into a fight, with Bray Wyatt getting hit with a Tombstone to close the segment.
At Survivor Series, Bray Wyatt teamed with Luke Harper & Erick Rowan to form The Wyatt Family, with the trio losing 0-3 against The Undertaker, Kane & Edge in a traditional Survivor Series match. At No Way Out, the team of Bray Wyatt & Erick Rowan challenged The Disciples of Darkness for the World Tag Team Championship, however, they were unsuccessful.
Draft to NXT & NXT Champion (2014)
On the April 2nd edition of NXT, The Wyatt Family made their return after a long period of absense on RAW, it was revealed they were all drafted to NXT as part of the 2014 Draft, the trio defeated the NXT Champion Ted DiBiase Jr. in a 3-on-1 Handicap Match.
At Backlash, Wyatt would meet DiBiase Jr. again alongside Mark Henry, winning the Triple Threat Match to become NXT Champion for the first time. At Judgment Day, Wyatt faced and defeated former champion DiBiase in an Inferno Match to retain the NXT Championship. At Money in the Bank, Wyatt faced and defeated his next challenger in Sting. At Unforgiven, Wyatt continued his dominant reign, destroying Bobby Roode in a successful championship defence. At SummerSlam, Wyatt finally suffered a loss, losing his NXT Championship via submission to Corey Graves who was also undefeated heading into the event. At Cyber Sunday, Wyatt was voted into a NXT Championship triple threat, losing to champion Corey Graves.
On October 1st, Wyatt won a first round match in a tournament for the vacant NXT Championship, defeating Bobby Roode. On October 15th, Wyatt advanced in the tournament defeating Batista in a second round match. The next week, Wyatt lost in the semi-finals to Austin Aries. On December 3rd, Wyatt defeated Alberto Del Rio to qualify for the NXT Championship Elimination Chamber at NXT Arrival. At NXT Arrival, Wyatt was unable to regain the championship, being eliminated from the match second by Adrian Neville.
Towards the end of 2014, vignettes started airing significantly close to whenever Bray Wyatt would compete, this lead to a match between Wyatt and the returning Sting at Royal Rumble, with Sting defeating Wyatt via Scorpion Deathlock.
Draft to SmackDown (2015)
Second NXT Championship Reign (2016-2017)
As part of the 2016 Draft, Wyatt made his return to NXT once again. He made his in-ring return on the April 7th edition of NXT, accepting an open challenge by R-Truth and defeating him in a quick squash match.
At New Years Revolution, Wyatt lost his championship inside of the Elimination Chamber, being eliminated second-to-last by Kevin Owens following a Pop-up Powerbomb, the match was then won by Pentagon Jr.
At Royal Rumble, Wyatt got his rematch with Pentagon, losing the match after being pinned following a Fear Factor Piledriver.
Championships and Accomplishments
- NXT Championship (2-time)