One of the most curious and particular characters of the WWE, who every time has made his appearance in the ring left everyone speechless is undoubtedly the wrestler Bray Wyatt aka The Fiend. Wyatt has now come to be a wrestler much appreciated by the WWE Universe.
We have not seen the most particular and spectacular 'Demon' of the company for some time now and we remember him for the sensational and unexpected defeat that occurred at Wrestlemania 37 against Randy Orton. There were no further signs of a possible storyline with Alexa Bliss, her former friend, who had contributed to her defeat on the show of the Immortals.
Over the last few months, WWE has suffered a lot of criticism from both the WWE Universe and Vince Russo himself for not being able to manage in the best way a character like The Fiend, too often defeated in the course of the storylines.
The words of Vince Russo on Bray Wyatt aka The Fiend
Speaking to the microphones of Two Men Power Trip of Wrestling on the Patreon page, the well-known former WWE writer Vince Russo talked about his experience in WWE and who he would like to lead in a storyline.
Here are his words: "I've been out of business for 10 years now, I've been away from it for 10 years. In general, though, I'd give anything to work one-on-one against Bray Wyatt. If Vince McMahon would call me as a consultant and tell me to work with Bray, well, guys, I'd accept instantly.
What they did in WWE with Bray Wyatt breaks my heart, I feel bad because the system has failed with him and the organization at the head of WWE shouldn't fail, the creative team shouldn't let you down but it should help you."
Vince Russo has worked in WWE as a writer since the early 1990s and then moved to WCW in late 1999. He was not particularly successful and later also worked in a creative role at TNA Wrestling.