4 Biggest questions about Bray Wyatt's new gimmick
- With Bray introducing us to the demonic entity last week, these are the biggest questions that WWE Universe is seeking answers for!
It has been almost nearly a month since Bray Wyatt introduced us to his new "Firefly Fun House" gimmick, leaving behind the cult leader of the Wyatt family. Bray's new gimmick has been an instant hit among the fans with him showing us a completely new yet even more sinister side of his.
With each passing week, the Firefly Fun House segments have been adding more and more layers of darkness to Bray's new gimmick, but this week Bray did actually reveal his big secret - the scary monster inside his head that he claims to have control over.
The whole WWE Universe is very excited to see where this all is leading to, as Bray's new character has so much potential to be one of the best gimmicks in WWE in a long time. But with so many hidden details in his segments, fans have a lot of questions about this gimmick.
In this article, let's take a look at the 4 Biggest questions about Bray Wyatt's new gimmick that the WWE Universe wants answers for. Do share your thoughts about the new Bray Wyatt character in the comments section below.
#4 Will there be a stable with Bray as the Leader?
It has just been a few weeks since Bray Wyatt has introduced us to his Firefly Fun House, but the characters like Mercy the Buzzard, Abby the Witch, and Ramblin' Rabbit are already very popular among the fans and WWE Universe.
There has been a lot of speculation of actual wrestlers playing these characters and forming a stable sort of with Bray Wyatt as the leader. While that certainly can be a possibility as we have previously seen Bray excelling as a cult leader with the Wyatt Family.
Few of the top contenders to join Bray as per fans are Luke Harper, Nikki Cross, and Eric Young. With Nikki seemingly getting past her crazy gimmick and aligning with Alexa Bliss on RAW last week, it seems pretty clear that she won't be a part of this for the near future. Luke Harper and Eric Young, on the other hand, are nowhere to be seen on WWE programming for quite some time now.
With Bray revealing his demonic side on RAW this week, his character seems to be schizophrenic and from the looks of it, he'll be attacking his opponents behind this scary mask.
His dual-personality character might be an indication that Bray won't be leading a faction and the Firefly Fun House friends would just be in supporting roles to develop Bray's character and reveal new layers beneath the friendly guy that Bray is trying to portray right now.