Kevin Owens didn't know what he signed up for on last week's edition of WWE SmackDown. The RAW Superstar attempted to pull Alexa Bliss out of the darkness during 'The KO Show.' Instead, The Prizefighter got sucked into a world of hell after being attacked by "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt.
Even on the recent WWE RAW episode, "Fun House" Bray Wyatt warned Owens that the latter would truly understand what he'd gotten into with The Fiend on the upcoming edition of SmackDown.
Will Kevin Owens be able to defeat Bray Wyatt's evil alter-ego, or will The Fiend claim another victim on the road to WWE Hell in a Cell?
Let's find out by taking a look at five potential finishes for The Fiend vs. Kevin Owens from WWE SmackDown.
#5: The Fiend "turns" Kevin Owens by defeating him in a pretty straightforward match on WWE SmackDown
This would be the most obvious way to approach Kevin Owens and The Fiend's upcoming clash on WWE SmackDown.
Let's not forget that The Fiend will be making his first-ever televised in-ring debut for a main-roster show against Kevin Owens. WWE will likely choose to put The Fiend over in a clean manner to recapture his in-ring dominance, after Roman Reigns indirectly dethroned Bray Wyatt's alter-ego as the Universal Champion at WWE Payback.
Fiend could even squash Owens, or the match may proceed for a few more minutes until the inevitable happens, and The Fiend captures another victim in the form of The Prizefighter.
It's been thoroughly established that The Fiend "turns" or "changes" the personality of the opponents he defeats from both a physical and mental standpoint. If Owens loses on WWE SmackDown, The Prizefighter could very well return to his heelish roots and kickstart the next phase of his WWE career.