The Fiend Gaining Too Much Attention Too Early Ahead of WWE Hell in A Cell

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“The Fiend” Bray Wyatt is undoubtedly one of the hottest names in WWE at present. The WWE Raw roster’s major attraction The Fiend will be facing Seth Rollins for the WWE Universal Championship at the 2019 Hell in A Cell PPV. WWE has heavily endorsed Bray Wyatt’s new “Fiend” persona, especially after witnessing his exponentially growing popularity among the members of the WWE Universe. The Fiend has also helped WWE with their merch sales as The Fiend merchandise was all sold out, surpassing every other superstar merch on the WWE Shop. The Firefly Funhouse video packages were very well-received by the members of the WWE Universe and that could be easily perceived listening to the reaction of the live audience and their performance on social media.

This new gimmick of Bray Wyatt has been an exceptionally successful one and by the looks of things, one can be quite certain that this success is going to have a lasting effect in WWE. The Fiend’s decisive victory over Finn Bálor at SummerSlam 2019 pushed him to greater heights as a competitor and established him as one of the most dangerous forces in the entire WWE Raw roster. With Brock Lesnar moving to Friday Night SmackDown on Fox, WWE Raw needs a new top heel, who could be built as a potential threat to the WWE Universal Champion; and who else could be established as more dangerous than the man who effortlessly defeated the first Universal Champion in history, Finn Bálor? There is no pro wrestler in WWE who can claim to have defeated Finn Bálor the way “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt did at SummerSlam 2019. This victory along with The Fiend’s attacks on WWE legends Mick Foley, Kurt Angle, Jerry Lawler and Kane, has added tremendously to his credibility. Especially his attack on “The Big Red Machine” Kane on the September 16, 2019 episode of WWE Raw, has allowed him to stand as the biggest threat on WWE Raw and on the way of the WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins. The look of terror on Rollins’s face as The Fiend stared at him at the end of this week’s WWE Raw was also extremely important, as it showcased how The Fiend could intimidate the man who could look into the eyes of the most dangerous man in WWE, “The Beast Incarnate” Brock Lesnar, without displaying a speck of fear. This shows how intimidating and dangerous a competitor The Fiend can prove to be. The psychological mind games and the merciless Mandible Claw of The Fiend are enough to strike fear in the mind of anybody who stands in the ring with him.

Thus, we can see that all the talk and hype surrounding “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt, are quite natural to be taking place, because of the way he has been booked until now. His promos, brief appearances, and surprise attacks are enough for the development of his gimmick. All the attention that The Fiend is receiving as we are heading toward WWE Hell in A Cell, is a benefitting factor for Bray Wyatt as it will help him to take his Fiend persona to greater heights; and if he manages to win the Universal Championship, it will establish him as an intimidating champion on WWE Raw.