The news that has literally shocked WWE Universe fans over the past month was undoubtedly the one that saw Bray Wyatt being fired overnight by the McMahons, with the character who staged the Fiend being so permanently gone from the federation scenes, never to return.
After his last Wrestlemania 37 match against Randy Orton, where Alexa Bliss had turned her back on her mentor, causing him to lose with a devastating and unexpected RKO for him, Bray Wyatt had only reappeared once before the cameras of Monday Night Raw, except then disappear again, this time forever.
Initially, it seemed that Wyatt's problems were psychological in nature, with the death of Brodie Lee/Luke Harper, his lifelong friend, literally devastating him, until he stayed at home, failing to appear at work. but with the passage of time, the internal situation at WWE, for him, has become increasingly difficult.
Bray Wyatt was released from WWE
Apparently, the WWE had already planned the return to the scene of the alter ego of Bray Wyatt in the rings of the McMahon company, so much so that it had publicized locally his return in the episode of the red show tonight, complete with banners and advertisements on local television throughout the state of Florida.
According to reports from the journalists of the well-known site Fightful, moreover: "Fightful learned that WWE was hard at work trying to add new creative elements to his character (Fiend ed), which were supposed to be staged tonight on Raw, from Orlando."
Apparently, WWE ultimately decided to block everything and completely trash the plans for the Fiend, including the wrestler, who was eventually released due to the unhappiness of the fans. The same fans that tonight on Raw rebelled once again and started deafening chants dedicated to former WWE Universal Champion, Bray Wyatt, right during the match of a colleague and former adept, Alexa Bliss.
Ahead of this week's episode of RAW, Bray Wyatt posted a timely update regarding his future outside of WWE. The cryptic update saw Wyatt make it clear that "You can't kill it" alongside an image of a fanged mask.
This could be Wyatt's new spin on The Fiend following his release from the company. Wyatt may not have been able to make his return tonight on RAW, but the WWE Universe still chanted "We Want Wyatt" throughout Alexa Bliss' match against Doudrop and made it clear that he was still there in spirit.