One of the main storylines of Monday Night Raw has involved Bray Wyatt aka The Fiend for a few months, who has not appeared since his defeat at TLC in the first Firefly Inferno match in WWE history and his arch-enemy Randy Orton.
The Viper forced The Fiend to disappear from the scene, after literally setting it on fire in the main event of the last PPV of the WWE year, with the character who has not reappeared in any form since then, neither that of Wyatt nor that of the demon, although Alexa Bliss keeps saying that he is alive and that he will return.
Apparently, this storyline would be attracting so much attention to the McMahon company, between positive and negative criticisms, that apparently the WWE management would have decided to carry on the long feud between the two, even going as far as WrestleMania.
What's next in the feud between Randy Orton and The Fiend?
In the last few hours, in fact, there is a lot of talk about what will happen at the Royal Rumble, with the insiders who are sure that there will be a big twist in the male Rumble, given that Randy Orton will be the protagonist of the match.
In fact, many are sure that The Fiend will make its return to the scene, in some way, just like Rumble, with the two continuing their great feud in view of the Showcase of the Immortals. As reported recently by the well-known Wrestling Observer site, in fact: "Orton vs The Fiend was on the Rumble card in a Firefly Fun House match and now it seems to have disappeared into thin air.
If WWE has decided to move him to Wrestlemania and it seems to have several confirmations backstage, then that match will kill Orton vs. Edge." According to what was assured by several insiders, Edge is expected to make a return in time to take part in the Rumble, perhaps even winning it, with Randy Orton who in the meantime would be back WWE Champion and with the two who would have resumed their great feud where Edge he was injured months ago in their match at Backlash.
Apparently, the long absence of the Rated R Superstar from the WWE rings is said to have made the company lean towards a drastic change of plans, with Edge likely to be hijacked against Roman Reigns or Drew McIntyre in that show of the show, while Orton will culminate his feud with the Fiend in the same PPV.
WWE Royal Rumble 2021 is set to take place this weekend on January 31, 2021, and it will officially launch the Road to WrestleMania 37. WWE programming hasn't directly teased what fans can expect to see at "The Showcase of the Immortals."
But by the end of the pay-per-view this weekend, the WWE Universe should have a better idea of the championship scene heading into WrestleMania 37.