For several months now, the WWE has been running an endless feud between The Legend Killer Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt The Fiend. At the end of 2020, the two challenged each other at WWE TLC where the Legend Killer literally burned the Demon of Vince McMahon's company alive.
Despite this, WWE has continued this storyline through Alexa Bliss, mentee of The Fiend who in recent weeks has totally tormented The Viper. During the last episode of Monday Night Raw, the meeting between Randy Orton and AJ Styles was sanctioned as the Main Event and once again to decide the outcome of the meeting was The Goddess of the WWE.
During the challenge, Alexa Bliss intervened on the Titantron and while she laughed she blew fire towards Orton. Once again the wrestler was hit hard and started spitting a black liquid which ultimately cost her the victory with AJ Styles taking advantage of the moment and getting the winning pin.
Vince Russo on The Fiend aka Bray Wyatt's alter-ego
However, it was The Fiend that ended up in the crosshairs of criticism by the former member of the WWE creative team Vince Russo. During the last episode of Sportkeeda Wrestling's Legion of Raw Vince Russo criticized the absurdity to say about him managing Bray Wyatt The Fiend.
Here are his words: "I think Bray Wyatt has more and better creativity than the same creative team but they don't like this and that's why I think the answer to this absurd treatment of The Fiend lies precisely in this.
They just don't like him and that's why they are treating him like this." Currently, there is still no talk of a return to the shows of Bray Wyatt The Fiend, absent from TLC, but the latest rumors speak of a definitive showdown between him and Randy Orton at Wrestlemania 37.
During the conversation, Vince Russo also pointed to a couple of interesting possible reasons as to why WWE's women's division could be suffering at the moment. He explained that he felt the division had dipped in quality since Ronda Rousey walked away from WWE.
He also suggested Stephanie McMahon may have something to do with the overall process in the women's division: "It obviously was a Stephanie McMahon thing, a women empowerment thing. Like, I understand, I get it. Listen, there is nobody that pushed women’s wrestling more than I did!
Nobody. I was an advocate for women, I always have been in wrestling. I enjoy women’s wrestling. I know how hard these girls work. But I honestly feel, if you go back and there was this huge women’s movement, I honestly feel like when you took Ronda Rousey out of that equation, I really feel like the bottom just fell out."