His extremely calculative attacks on Finn Balor and Mick Foley are only increasing the audience's investment in his terrifying gimmick.
One has to give it to Bray Wyatt. The man brought so much intrigue and darkness back to his character - a character some had felt was getting stale.
Be it the Firefly Fun House, or his disturbing transition into The Fiend, Wyatt has never been this over with the WWE Universe and, judging by the reactions he's received so far, Vince McMahon may very well have a special attraction in his hands.
However, despite being so incredibly proficient in his work, Bray Wyatt has never reached his maximum potential under Vinnie Mac's supervision. His disappointing losses to John Cena, The Undertaker, and Randy Orton at WrestleMania diminished his entire credibility.
Though the former WWE Champion did bring some excellent storylines to the table, the lack of creative direction killed his gimmick and with him being reintroduced as The Fiend, the fans are only praying for Wyatt's re-ascension.
But, the question is - Does Vince McMahon believe in Bray Wyatt? Does he want to push him to the moon? Let's find out.
Here are the 5 Vince McMahon decisions that could make or break Bray Wyatt's WWE career.
#1. Make his career: Destroying The Demon King at SummerSlam 2019
Despite the rumors that are swirling around the "Biggest Party of the Summer", there's no denying that Finn Balor will be taking some time off after his encounter with The Fiend.
Since the creative team has been efficient in their presentation of Wyatt so far, many are expecting him to destroy Finn Balor at this year's SummerSlam.
The Extraordinary Irishman is struggling to make an impression on the main roster and a revival of his character seems necessary after WWE's second-biggest PPV of the year.
Entering as The Demon King and losing to The Fiend would be the perfect way to reintroduce Wyatt on our screens. Considering how disappointing their previous feud was, Wyatt demolishing The Demon King would be the most appropriate way to move this gimmick forward.