3 Reasons why Bray Wyatt might appear on SmackDown tonight
It finally happened! After a long wait and some amazing build-up, Bray Wyatt finally made his return to the ring on RAW as The Fiend. Laying out the former Intercontinental Champion, Finn Balor, Wyatt made a huge statement and genuinely scared us all with that mask.
Many fans were curious to see whether his in-ring return will be as amazing as the Firefly Funhouse segments, and to the delight of them all, it did live up to the expectations. But this might not be the last of Wyatt that we see on TV this week, as he might appear on SmackDown tonight as well.
In this article, I'll give three reasons as to why Wyatt might grace us with his presence again. Feel free to share your views on the same in the comments section.
#3 He is here to terrorize the entire roster
One of the major things to note during Bray Wyatt's attack on Balor on RAW was how the commentators exclaimed that he is here to terrorize the WWE Universe and the entire roster. There was not much talk about him specifically attacking Balor, but more on the lines of him giving a warning to every superstar back in the locker room.
Even if he plans to ultimately feud with Finn Balor, an appearance on the blue brand could keep us guessing what exactly is in the mind of the former Wyatt Family leader! Many fans have expressed their desires of watching Wyatt take on Kofi Kingston and dethrone him to become the WWE Champion. While I don't see that happening at SummerSlam, we can never rule out that possibility.
#2 The puppets appeared on both the shows as well
After the conclusion of the Firefly Funhouse segments on June 17th, almost a month ago, that indicated The Fiend to be set free, the following weeks saw Bray's puppets appear mysteriously in backstage segments on both RAW and SmackDown.
Be it Abby the Witch, Mercy the Buzzard, Ramblin' Rabbit, or Husky the Pig Boy, all of them were seen spying on different wrestlers for almost three weeks. Now, the Firefly Funhouse segment might have just aired on RAW, but these puppets were seen on the blue brand as well.
There has to be some reason for them to appear on SmackDown as well, and the question is simple here - if Bray's puppets can appear on both the shows, who can stop him from doing the same? After what we saw on RAW, I don't think Shane McMahon would want to get in the path of The Fiend.