In one of the most interesting and flagship storylines of the WWE, that is the one that sees the WWE multi-champion Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt or his alter ego The Fiend fight week after week, despite the latter not showing up since his last year's TLC match, every week there is a novelty that leads WWE Universe fans to be shocked or surprised and this week's episode of Raw was absolutely no less.
After seeing Randy Orton literally throw up a black liquid in last week's Monday Night Raw episode, this night, the Legend Killer once again came in contact with the supernatural powers of Wyatt/The Fiend, which this time around severely tested the sanity of the athlete son of Bob Orton, during a backstage segment, in which Orton thought he was the master of the scene and instead remained the victim.
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In the episode of Monday Night Raw that aired during the night, in fact, there was a backstage segment where Randy Orton was doubly the protagonist, as Randy never wanted or thought about.
While the "real" Randy Orton had started a promo against the usual Alexa Bliss, guilty of meddling in the business between him and the Fiend (now dead according to Orton's thought), in an apparently live video, a twin just like that.
Orton but with a distorted voice, he began to threaten the real Randy, in a typical scene from a horror movie, such as A Nightmare on Elm Street. Apparently, despite The Fiend would seem to have died burned alive during TLC, in the Firefly Inferno match against Orton according to the storyline staged by the WWE, thanks to his infinite demonic powers, the fighter could soon return to the scene, in a never-before-seen challenge for Wrestlemania 37 and Randy Orton should be the chosen victim of the alter ego of Bray Wyatt, who in this way is making his presence felt again.
Bliss interrupted the interview with a jack-in-the-box toy and appeared on a monitor behind Orton. The creepy music box was in focus as she whispered, "bring him back," before turning her attention to The Viper. Things took an even stranger turn from this point onwards.
Orton met his own doppelganger on the screen. The doppelganger spoke in a distorted voice and said that Orton will come face-to-face with everything he has ever done. The real Orton began coughing and moved out of the frame as fake Orton's laughs echoed from the monitor to end the segment.