WWE News: Bray Wyatt issues first statement after the Ultimate Deletion
What’s the story?
Bray Wyatt has taken to social media to issue his first statement since the Ultimate Deletion Match.
Sending out a Tweet for the first time after his loss in the aforementioned match to Matt Hardy, Wyatt sent out a seemingly ominous statement.
In case you didn’t know…
Bray Wyatt faced 'Woken' Matt Hardy in the Ultimate Deletion Match at the Hardy Compound on this week’s edition of Monday Night RAW.
Hardy defeated Wyatt and then threw him into the Lake of Reincarnation, with most experts then emphasizing that Wyatt's disappearance indeed signifies the end of his feud with Hardy.
The heart of the matter
Matt Hardy was recently handed Bray Wyatt’s lantern by Senor Benjamin, with the latter revealing that he found the lantern in the Lake of Reincarnation.
Following which, Hardy asserted that he found Bray Wyatt’s 'empty vessel' after their Ultimate Deletion Match, albeit without the essence of Sister Abigail.
Wyatt has now taken to his official Twitter account, and stated— “Everything is gray…I feel you fading…I failed you…You failed me…Don't leave me…Not in this place”
Fans can expect the WWE to reveal Matt Hardy’s next feud on the upcoming edition of Monday Night RAW.
Meanwhile, the vast majority of professional wrestling experts believe that Bray Wyatt is likely to receive a character revamp, before making his on-screen return to WWE.
Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt’s supernatural feud truly seems to have broken the shackles of today’s excessively mat work-oriented and storyline-lacking world of professional wrestling. Hardy and Wyatt’s bizarre, otherworldly rivalry has reminded the pro-wrestling community about the significance of storylines and characters in wrestling.
Honestly speaking, the WWE could’ve let the Hardy vs Wyatt feud marinate some more, before finally pulling the trigger with the Ultimate Deletion Match.
Nevertheless, the matchup has been receiving highly positive reviews from both fans & critics alike, and this rivalry as a whole can be considered a success.