From a mysterious wrestler attempting to sabotage Roman Reigns just before SummerSlam to a dream match confirmation between Trish Stratus and Charlotte Flair, this week's edition of WWE SmackDown Live (30th July 2019) featured a lot of contrasting moments.
The blue brand adopted a slightly unique approach to their episode last night, where various plot points left us with pressing questions, and the show eventually ended with a cliffhanger. This is a welcome change as the writers usually play it safe when it comes to SmackDown Live.
Here are a few interesting observations from this week's edition of SmackDown Live:
#3: Why any storyline associated with Bray Wyatt presents multiple conflicts at the same time
If you watched last night's SmackDown Live episode closely, then it became quite apparent that there are multiple plot threads associated with Bray Wyatt's new feud already.
Finn Balor's rattled response to Wyatt's mind games has been a primary factor when it comes to the buildup to their eventual encounter at this year's SummerSlam Pay-Per-View.
On the other hand, The Fiend's chaotic cameos so far make up for the character's uniqueness in general. But aside from what The Fiend is going to unleash against the rest of the roster, it is important to keep in mind that we don't really know the biggest secret behind Firefly Fun House yet.
Although there has already been an article that looked into Firefly Fun House's biggest secrets in the past, only Bray Wyatt knows the true answer behind his cryptic segments.
Ramblin' Rabbit tried to expose the real ongoings inside Firefly Fun House, but we saw how Wyatt's 'children's TV Show host' persona tried to cover it up as quickly as possible.
Aside from matches and future feuds, it looks like WWE will further explore the lore behind what really goes inside the Firefly Fun House.
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