Just three days after the release of Bray Wyatt, WWE Universe fans flocking to the company's first live event didn't miss the opportunity to shout in the face of the entire federation their frustration at the final departure of their darling.
After reading the news of the release of Bray Wyatt overnight, many fans flocked to the arena where the WWE flagship show, Raw, was airing, did not miss the opportunity and with a clear and clear "We Want Wyatt", have made it clear to executives and colleagues, that the absence of the alter ego of the Fiend was definitely experienced in the worst way, especially now that fans know that he will never return to the rings of the Stamford-based company.
As if all of this wasn't enough, this week's Monday Night Raw went live from Chicago and so the home crowd did nothing but chant the name of CM Punk, something that has become famous for years and that until now was not.
never went out of fashion.
Another amazing episode of WWE Raw
Opening the WWE red show this week, were the two challengers who will compete for the WWE Championship at Summerslam, aka the the reigning champion, the All Mighty, Bobby Lashley and on the other side the WWE Hall of Famer, Bill Goldberg.
Obviously, the fans weren't too happy to see the two face to face, as for the umpteenth time Da Man received a title shot out of thin air, bypassing the rest of the roster that works week after week, never achieving anything important unlike her.
This time, however, as if all of this were not enough, the release of Wyatt left fans even more embittered, so much so that the opening segment of Raw, with Goldberg and Lashley, was entirely inundated by pro-Wyatt chants, with fans.
which entirely ruined the airing of the show's biggest segment. In the rest of the event, the classic "CM Punk" was also heard in flashes, especially in the segment of Miz TV, where Damian Priest seemed very much in trouble, especially because listening to the public was about to forget some fundamental passages of his speech and quickly had to make up his mind to remember his lines.
Apparently, WWE seems to have started a war with its audience, which it is unlikely to win this time around. Goldberg walked out and said that Lashley was scared out of his mind to accept his challenge. Goldberg said Lashley would 'die by the spear' and that at SummerSlam, Lashley was next, before walking out.
MVP pointed out that Goldberg's son was in the front row and they went up to threaten him before Goldberg returned and speared Lashley before walking out with his son.