3 Surprising ways in which Bray Wyatt could make his in-ring return
Bray Wyatt is arguably the best thing going in WWE right now. Ever since he has introduced us to his new gimmick of Firefly Funhouse, fans have been extremely interested in this new character. These segments are continuously being called as the best part of RAW since the last month.
After introducing us to the friendly, fun-loving version of himself with a lot of demented hidden layers, Bray finally revealed the true monster inside him on this week's RAW, which he claims to have control on. While we have to wait and see whether Bray can control this monster or it's the other way around, this new gimmick has sure struck the right key with the fans.
After almost a month of these Firefly Funhouse segments, fans have started wondering who would be Bray's first opponent. With the reveal of this scary looking monster, the speculations have started arising as to how will Bray make his in-ring debut.
In this article, let's take a look at 3 Surprising ways in which Bray could make his in-ring debut.
#3 Come face-to-face with Braun Strowman
Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman have a long history, as Braun debuted on the main-roster under Bray as a member of the Wyatt Family in 2015. While it was not before he started his singles run on RAW after the brand split that he started gaining popularity among the fans, but the fact is it was Bray who introduced us to this monster.
Ever since the dissolution of the Wyatt Family, fans have been wondering when these two former teammates would clash, and while we have seen some teases here and there from WWE, these two are yet to have a proper feud.
Braun Strowman has lost a lot of his momentum, thanks to some constant poor booking of the Monster Among Men. Vince and WWE have somehow not been able to use him to his full potential. He has been in countless Universal Championship matches and still hasn't been able to get his hands on the big red strap.
With him being out of the MITB ladder match, his stock in WWE seems to be going down steeply and WWE looks out of ideas for the former Monster in the Bank. But can Bray Wyatt show him the light once again and save his career?
What if Bray confronts Braun on a RAW after Money in the Bank and tells him that he is tired of looking at Braun's misery and wants to heel him and offers him to join him again. Braun could then initially refuse, which would lead to Bray using his "hurt and heel" theory to first take out Braun only to forgive him later and make him his follower again.
Braun Strowman siding with Bray could just make this all situation even more interesting.