4 Interesting facts about Bray Wyatt's Universal Title victory
WWE actually pulled the trigger on Bray Wyatt, booking him to win the Universal Championship in the main event of Crown Jewel 2019.
It was a great moment which honestly could have happened weeks earlier. Nevertheless, WWE seemed to have rectified the error they made with the Fiend at Hell in a Cell.
This is a huge victory for Wyatt, in the sense that he has finally won a world championship over two and a half years after last holding the WWE Championship. It was well earned as well, as the Fiend is the hottest character in wrestling today.
Despite fears of Seth Rollins coming out on top in unpopular circumstances, "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt has come out on top. Here are four interesting facts about his Universal Title victory.
#4 He won the title on Halloween
Ever since Bray Wyatt returned with the Firefly Funhouse, WWE has done a great job in storytelling. The integration of "The Fiend" into Wyatt's locker was conducted perfectly and it has eventually become the hottest thing in the company.
The instant aim of this character was to create the quintessential horror villain whose primary job was to create a world of fear for his victims and fans alike. The presentation of the character was close to perfect, until Hell in a Cell.
But if anything positive came out of the baffling finish in early October, it presented WWE with an opportunity to make things right on the one day of the year that signifies the true horror of the Fiend, Halloween.
It took a long and bumpy road to get here, but alas, Wyatt prevailed. The crowning achievement of his new incarnation happening on October 31st was sweet poetic justice. It will be remembered as the day that "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt truly made it.