Update on Bray Wyatt's current status



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Update on Bray Wyatt's current status

As we saw during last week's episode of Friday Night Smackdown, there appear to have been several individuals who aided Bray Wyatt in his blind attack on the LA Knight, with the former NXT being found passed out under several backstage objects by some.

road agent and insiders. Wyatt was in fact framed several times while talking animatedly with someone in the backstage and was also filmed in the distance while the Usos and Karrion Kross in the company of his wife Scarlett were doing their promo behind the scenes of the episode, behind them.

That Bray Wyatt has his famous "Wyatt 6" ready, with the storyline of the characters of the Firefly Fun House who have become "human" and who could soon appear on stage as his allies? We just have to wait for the next episodes of the blue show and understand if Wyatt has really been helped by someone in the flesh or if once again he has used his supernatural powers to get the better of Knight, but in the meantime we get news from the web about tonight's episode of the blue show.

Backstage news on Bray Wyatt

In the last few hours, the well-known Sean Ross Sapp of the Fightful site, would have reported rumors that could turn out to be real spoilers for today's evening. In the weekly episode of Friday Night Smackdown, in fact, we shouldn't see LA Knight, who should stay at home to better sell last week's attack, while instead we should see other obscure individuals who will help Bray Wyatt during the episode.

According to the well-known journalist, in fact: "LA Knight was left at home to sell the injury of Bray Wyatt's bout to Smackdown, very heavily. Several Bray Wyatt masks were brought to the show venue tonight." Since the crew has brought several masks from the Wyatt storyline to the venue where the event will be staged, we will therefore expect some other intervention similar to last week, with some dark characters appearing in the dark, perhaps with the unfortunate.

on duty, which could be anyone from mid-carding the blue show to the main event. Mantell explained that since Bray Wyatt never used underhanded tactics to defeat his opponents and always put up a fight, fans had little reason to boo him.

"I think Bray Wyatt should have, and I have said this before. Wyatt, people started liking him when they should have not been liking him because he didn't cheat to win. He never did anything underhanded; he just went out there and beat guys.

So there's heat in there at all. So eventually you got to say well, he's actually not bad at wrestling, so why should I be mad at him?" said Mantell.