5 feuds for Bray Wyatt's "The Fiend" after WWE SummerSlam 2019
It has to be said that Bray Wyatt as The Fiend is the best thing in WWE right now. He stole the show at SummerSlam after he beat Finn Balor, adding him to his list of victims. The entrance alone was one of the most creative on a WWE PPV in a long time.
There are going to be obvious comparisons made with The Undertaker, but that's very easy to see. He dabbles in the supernatural, plays mind games on his opponents, and practically "murders" them in the middle of the ring. But that's for another article.
But what's outstanding about this version of Bray Wyatt is that he's being painted as an unstoppable force. He's an amalgamation of The Joker, Freddy Kruger, and The Clockwork Orange's Alex. Vince McMahon has hit the bullseye with this disturbing character and it's going to hold the viewers' attention going forward.
So, in the weeks ahead, the WWE Universe is going to be in for something terrifying and amazing at the same time. Here are 5 WWE Superstars who could be The Fiend's next victim.
#5 Aleister Black
Aleister Black has had good matches of late, but he hasn't been in a clear feud where he could get over as a performer. That takes time and planning, and also depends on whether someone is truly connecting with the audience.
Since moving to the main roster, Aleister Black has had little to do on either brand. Sure, he had a "feud" with Cesaro, who he defeated, and he recently beat Sami Zayn on SmackDown as well.
While Aleister Black may primarily be part of SmackDown for the time being, nothing is stopping the promotion from staging a match between the two at Survivor Series. This is with the assumption that The Fiend stays on WWE Raw in the foreseeable future.
It's quite easy to see how they suit each other. Aleister Black studies the dark arts and his occult-driven persona is one that compliments the rampant unstoppable force of The Fiend. It's not a requirement that Black would have to win this match. As history has shown, WWE Superstars have gone over, even while losing.