Bray Wyatt Helps A Stranger In Walmart Find His Action Figure [Photo]

Over time you will sometimes hear about professional athletes not being the most friendly people when they’re out and about in public.

That doesn't seem to be the case when it comes to Bray Wyatt. He might be a star wrestler for WWE, but it sounds like he’s a regular guy when it comes to the fact that shops at Walmart just like the rest of the world and helped a woman while at the super store.

Rob Schamburger, who works on prints and shirts for the WWE shop, revealed on Twitter that his wife’s step grandmother ran into Wyatt by accident while at Walmart. She was apparently looking for an action figure for Rob and asked Wyatt if he knows anything about wrestling, according to For the Win.

That’s when Wytt reached over and picked out his own action figure and told the woman that it’s him. Pretty cool. Check out the tweets below.

What's great is that the woman even took a selfie with Wyatt after signing the action figure for her.

The 30 year-old Wyatt has been recently feuding with "Woken" Matt Hardy after he defeated Hardy back on November 27th, which caused him to become "woken."

Hardy then said he was going "delete" Wyatt.

Then during the Royal Rumble, Hardy was able to get a little revenge on Wyatt as he eliminated him from the event.

Then, the next night, Wyatt ended up interrupting Hardy during his elimination chamber qualifying match against Elias.



Almost two weeks ago, Hardy made an appearance on McMahonsplaining podcast (via Sportskeedaand was asked what would happen to Wyatt if he was thrown into the Lake of Reincarnation.

Hardy went onto say that he would be scared that Wyatt would come back as a disgusting "Husky Harris."

With WrestleMania 34 coming up, it will be interesting to see who Wyatt will face off against. Could it be Hardy?  We'll have to wait and see.

Feel free to comment below and give us your thoughts on Wyatt helping a random person at Walmart. Also, who do you think end up facing at WrestleMania 34?

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