*Spoiler* LA Knight continues to grow
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 8548
The feud between Bray Wyatt and LA Knight has now become one of the most followed by Friday Night Smackdown fans, with the two colliding tonight in the first Pitch Black Match in WWE history at the Royal Rumble. Last night, WWE aired its latest episode of Friday Night Smackdown, with LA Knight who wanted to mock his opponent, appearing in the ring with his old gimmick, that of the Eater of World.
Showing up with his old theme song, Hawaiian shirt, tiny lantern and hat on, La Knight teased Wyatt thoroughly, with the leader of the Wyatt Family responding with a promo, sitting in a chair, with the same tone of voice he used in the Family period.
In the end, Uncle Howdy also popped his head in front of the audience, with L.A. Knight being dumbfounded once again by the appearance of the masked character associated with Wyatt. We just have to wait for tonight, to understand how Wyatt's first match in the ring will end since his return to the scene with WWE.
LA Knight pays tribute to Bray Wyatt
In his latest interview released to Yahoo Entertainment microphones, LA Knight had wanted to talk about her relationship with Bray Wyatt, leaving her character and talking about the great chemistry she found in the ring and in promos with the former WWE Champion, despite their completely different styles.
Concerning this matter, Knight had said: "Working with Wyatt is a unique challenge in the sense that we are two diametrically opposed personalities. You have two very different approaches to what we do and in quite bizarre ways, we manage to put them together and it becomes a beautiful symphony that can speak, just because it's all conflicting what we do.
At the same time, these contrasting pieces can blend together into something that's really very creative and satisfying and also very good." LA Knight has been the talk of the town as he is on a path to becoming one of the biggest stars on the roster ahead of the WWE Royal Rumble 2023.
“To be honest, there really isn't. They are one and the same. And that's the funniest thing is a lot of times again, from social media, they are like oh I miss Eli Drake. And I'm like you, dummy. It's the same thing, it's the exact same thing.
LA Knight is Eli Drake, Eli Drake is LA Knight. So you know, look, use what brought you to the dance. I know what brought me to the dance, and do a little dancing with it."