If you're a fan of professional wrestling and find joy in absorbing the process that goes into bringing it to life, then you're certainly excited about Bray Wyatt's horrifying re-introduction to the squared circle.
The former WWE Champion has taken the wrestling world by storm, with his barbarous demeanor as The Fiend running riot on both Monday Night RAW and SmackDown Live.
His entrance alone became one of the most talked about elements of the Biggest Party Of The Summer, SummerSlam. The Fiend entered with such promise and left no stone unturned in mauling Finn Balor whilst putting all the others in the locker room on notice.
Judging by the reception the gimmick has been receiving, the commentary team took notice and immediately ignited the conversation of comparing him to the Undertaker.
Though the collation felt like a one-time thing, multiple rumors are now suggesting that WWE are indeed planning to keep Bray Wyatt as a special attraction on the main roster.
With legions in the WWE Universe now expecting the creative team to push Wyatt to his full potential, has the Chairman of the Board finally found his special attraction in The Fiend? Let's see.
Here are the four reasons why Vince McMahon wants Bray Wyatt to be compared to the Undertaker.
#1 Wyatt has stepped up at a time where the company desperately needs a legitimate Superstar
Even if WWE does not acknowledge the competition they are likely to receive from All Elite Wrestling, the downfall in ratings have coerced the management to take some critical decisions.
Be it bringing in Paul Heyman and Eric Bischoff or pushing edgier stuff on television, Mr. McMahon certainly wants to keep their audience's invested.
Enter Bray Wyatt's Fiend. The gimmick has everything going for it. This hurt/heal sadistic side of Bray Wyatt is becoming a subject of tremendous appraise all around the wrestling world.
Bringing something as unique and as terrifying to the table as this, especially at a time when the company desperately needs to build a legitimate superstar, Wyatt's creative genius could very well be the solution to WWE's problems.