The storyline between two fundamental characters within the WWE has been going on for months, namely the Legend Killer Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt The Fiend. The latter was 'burned alive' in the Pay Per View of TLC by Orton, but despite this he continues to send important signals to the wrestler about his possible return, especially thanks to his friend Alexa Bliss, who is closer than ever to the WWE demon.
Since the Demon is absent from the WWE screens, The Goddess of the WWE has been tormenting The Viper with mind games. Last week of Monday Night Raw Alexa intervened and cost Randy Orton the victory in the Gauntlet Match which was worth the last place in the Elimination Chamber and also in Pay per View the wrestler was immediately eliminated, distracted by a possible attack (not arrived in this case) of the wrestler.
Alexa Bliss has been playing mind games with Randy Orton
In the last episode of Monday Night Raw we witnessed a rather disturbing promo: during the episode Randy Orton explained the reasons for his recent defeats and at the same time during the first one he began to cough heavily and spit black liquid.
The wrestler, very worried, immediately left the backstage. This appeared as yet another signal launched by Alexa Bliss and The Fiend against the former champion who appears more marked by this story every day. At the end of Monday Night Raw Alexa Bliss posted a message through her social networks where she posted a Gif of a laugh of her with the attached message 'Are you okay, Randy?' Yet another sign that there is probably the woman behind these problems Orton had in the last episode of Raw.
T he storyline between Randy Orton and The Fiend Bray Wyatt (this time through Alexa Bliss) continues to move forward and according to recent indications it should end with a final challenge between the two at Wrestlemania 37.
Last week's RAW saw Alexa Bliss in a backstage segment where she was sitting in the middle of a pentagram, trying to resurrect The Fiend through dark magic. All signs are pointing towards a return of the demonic alter-ego of Bray Wyatt - the only question is, when? Reports suggest that one of the planned matches for WrestleMania 37 is Randy Orton vs.
"The Fiend" Bray Wyatt. We surely seem to be heading that way with the slow yet intriguing build to the storyline.