2 things WWE should do with The Fiend in the build-up to Survivor Series and 1 thing they shouldn't
The Fiend finally won the Universal Championship after defeating Seth Rollins at Crown Jewel 2019. It was one of WWE's best decisions all year, although it could have happened a month earlier at Hell in a Cell. A lot of fans thought he'll move to RAW but it looks like he will stay on SmackDown since Brock Lesnar's feud with Rey Mysterio and Cain Velasquez is likely to continue on the Red brand after he quit SmackDown last week.
Since NXT will also compete at Survivor Series, it raises the curiosity of the fans regarding dream matchups we may see. If the Champion vs. Champion (vs. Champion) rule stands, The Fiend will have to face Brock Lesnar and Adam Cole in a triple threat match at the PPV.
During the buildup to that match, there are some cool things that WWE should do with The Fiend as he's the hottest character out of the three. In this article, we look at two things they should and one thing they shouldn't do with the Fiend.
#3 Should do: Attack Brock Lesnar
The Fiend has been made to look like a true Superstar and a monster ever since his debut. He has barely looked weak and has done some unimaginable things during his matches. While there will come a time where WWE has to make him look weak, it isn't quite the time yet. He should continue to be dominant and intimidating but also not be overexposed.
The WWE Champion Brock Lesnar will likely move to RAW and quit SmackDown last week as he wants to punish Rey Mysterio. He's a true freak of nature and could be helpful for Wyatt if they have a match.
While WWE usually has Lesnar lay a beatdown on everyone, it shouldn't be the case against the Fiend. Just imagine The Fiend playing mind games and inflicting some fear into Lesnar. It would be fresh content for fans and could further lead to some interesting conversations between Bray Wyatt and Paul Heyman.
It would also make The Fiend look way more dangerous, and therefore, WWE should do this angle.