More details on the feud between Braun Strowman and Bray Wyatt



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More details on the feud between Braun Strowman and Bray Wyatt

Bray Wyatt vs Braun Strowman is certainly the feud of the moment at WWE, at least for SmackDown but not only. The two former allies at the time of the Wyatt Family will see her at Extreme Rules in a "Swamp Fight", a new stipulation at the absolute debut and which will surely bring to mind the times of the swamps that represented a common thread between the two.

But WWE, in addition to being at work on this very particular match, is also working on the next plans that will involve the two. To trace a picture of the situation we thought in these hours 'WrestlingINC', which he dug into the current feud and what it will lead to Extreme Rules, but going even further.

Update on Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman

The well-known American website has confirmed the indications that Swamp Fight will be a new chapter in Cinematic Wrestling, often and willingly adopted in recent months by WWE. This is demonstrated by the fact that Ellis Edwards, stunt coordinator and head of special effects active far beyond the world of wrestling, was involved alongside the two great rivals, but that he wrote important pages in the history of the discipline starting from the 90s and times of the WCW boom.

"Colossal special effects and stunts" are therefore expected during this Swamp Fight between Bray Wyatt and the current WWE Universal Champion Braun Strowman that WWE is expected to record in the coming week. But that's not all, because WWE has decided to further extend the feud, given that according to what has always been collected by 'WrestlingINC' the story between Braun Strowman and Bray Wyatt should continue at least until August and SummerSlam.

All that remains is to find out in what world the clash between ex Wyatt Family will evolve, in view of SummerSlam but already at Extreme Rules. Where the brand new Swamp Fight should already give completely new emotions and - who knows - perhaps at the level of the best appearances given so far by The Fiend and his "alter ego" Bray Wyatt.

WWE has been relying heavily on cinematic matches during pay-per-views since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Some of the matches featured in that style include the Firefly Fun House Match (Wyatt vs. John Cena), the Boneyard Match (AJ Styles vs.

The Undertaker, the Money in the Bank Ladder Match at WWE Headquarters, One Final Beat (Tommaso Ciampa vs. Johnny Gargano), the Last Chance Backlot Brawl (Adam Cole vs. Velveteen Dream) and the Viking Raiders vs. Street Profits at Backlash.