5 things that make "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt WWE's latest special attraction
Bray Wyatt's name has been in wrestling headlines recently, and it's easy to see why. The Fiend attacking a legend (like his assault of Jerry Lawler this past week on Raw) and striking an ominous chord with the WWE Universe is a recurring event nowadays.
Wyatt has made a successful transition from the Firefly Fun House skits to live in-ring action, and fans have been buzzing about the character online ever since then.
However, there are reasons as to why The Fiend has become a popular sensation among fans of WWE so quickly, and in this article, we will take a look at five things that make "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt a special attraction in WWE:
#5: The character stands out from the rest of the roster
A lot of Professional Wrestling fans complain about the banality and the repetitive nature surrounding most of the superstars on the roster nowadays.
Somewhere down the line, a new crop of WWE Superstars emerged as fresh talent, but several of them lacked a distinct personality.
However, Bray Wyatt repackaged himself into a character that not only brought him back as one of the top stars, but it also pushed him to a level that he hadn't reached before.
On top of that, there seems to be a sudden (but welcome) shift in tone whenever The Fiend takes over Monday Night RAW or SmackDown Live. This encourages viewers to sit through weekly shows just to catch a glimpse of Bray Wyatt's demented new personality.
The mask, a new theme song, and everything related to this character, for the most part, brings about a feeling of fans collectively witnessing something way different from what they are accustomed to watching in the first place.