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Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy's Great War should end at WrestleMania 34

Ron Valliere
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3.00K   //    02 Mar 2018, 09:19 IST

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"Woken" Matt Hardy vs. "The Eater of Worlds" Bray Wyatt isn't finished yet.

Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy have wrestled a series of matches on Raw in a feud referred to as “The Great War”. One of the feud’s highlights was Hardy’s “Woken” transformation, which is a play on his former "Broken" gimmick from Impact Wrestling. The latest match as part of the Great War was at Elimination Chamber, which “Woken” Matt Hardy came out the victor. Despite the defeat, Wyatt declared that “The Great War” is not over.

That is good news for fans because the two very unconventional characters have been very entertaining together. Their feud deserves to have an epic ending at WrestleMania 34.

“The Great War” should end with a great match, and that is exactly what will happen if it is up Hardy. According to Hardy’s recent tweets, a match at Hardy’s Compound called “The Ultimate Deletion” could be in the works, and it would be a fitting way to end “The Great War”.There would also be the chance of fans being treated to appearances from Hardy's Compound characters Vanguard One, Smokin’ Joe Frazier the Kangaroo, and Senor Benjamin. Hopefully, WWE will be in agreement and make “The Ultimate Deletion” a reality.

WrestleMania would be the perfect place for “The Great War” to conclude. However, there could be factors preventing Bray Wyatt vs Matt Hardy from happening at WrestleMania 34. For example, there may not be enough room on the card for a Wyatt vs Hardy match; at WrestleMania 33, Braun Strowman and Dolph Ziggler had to settle for being participants in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, despite receiving strong pushes beforehand. If Strowman and Ziggler can be bumped into a battle royal, then the same could happen to Wyatt and Hardy. Hopefully, the conclusion of “The Great War” does not have to be fought on a random episode of Raw. 

What matters is “The Great War” is not over, but it will have to come to an end soon. It remains to be seen if it will end at WrestleMania 34 or on an episode of Raw.

Your WWE opinions matter! Should “The Great War” end at WrestleMania 34 or Raw? Do you think “The Ultimate Deletion” will happen or should “The Great War” end some other way? Sound off in comments below!

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