*Spoiler* Bray Wyatt was helped by a legend



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*Spoiler* Bray Wyatt was helped by a legend

During the night, WWE aired the episode of Monday Night Raw dedicated to the thirtieth anniversary of its red show, featuring several great legends from the company's history. One of those who literally left fans speechless right from his entrance was The Undertaker, who appeared during a segment of LA Knight, with his gleaming Harley Davidson, with the classic American Badass entrance at the beginning 2000s.

Undertaker thus entered the ring, making it clear to LA Knight who is still in charge in the WWE rings, taking him by the neck as if he wanted to hit him with a Chokeslam. Meanwhile, Bray Wyatt made his entrance into the ring and Undertaker literally threw him the assist for his Sister Abigail, with which the former Universal Champion hit LA Knight, ahead of their Pitch Black match at the Royal Rumble.

Everything was obviously also covered live by the usual Ringside News, from which we take some images from the USA. Before leaving the ring, Taker wanted to say something softly to Bray Wyatt, only to leave the square and leave the arena with his unmistakable bike.

The Undertaker helped Bray Wyatt

The Pitch Black Match created by WWE for its Royal Rumble and which will see Bray Wyatt enter the ring with a new opponent for the first time in months, is still a big secret for the entire WWE Universe.

As reported by the Fightful Select podcast and then also reported at the bottom on the Ringside News website, it would seem that WWE has in mind to use neon lights within the contest, objects that in the world of independents are widely used for hardcore matches.

As reported by the journalists of the important newspapers mentioned above, in fact: "Fightful Select has learned that there will be neon lights in the Mountain Dew Pitch Black match at the Royal Rumble. They will be a major part of the match during its duration." In practice, from what one could foresee, the Pitch Black match will not have disqualifications, having neon lights as characterizing elements of the contest, which will probably be used as blunt weapons between the opponents in the ring.

Even the element of darkness, brought out by Wyatt in his segment on Smackdown on Friday night, makes us understand how light, neon and precisely darkness will be fundamental in the evening dedicated to the Rumble. We just have to wait to find out more details about the dispute between Wyatt and LA Knight at the end of the month.