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WWE News: NJPW superstar proposes dream match with 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt

Soumik Datta
ANALYST
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4.71K   //    12 Aug 2019, 19:45 IST

Bray Wyatt has taken WWE by storm after SummerSlam
Bray Wyatt has taken WWE by storm after SummerSlam

In the aftermath to this year's WWE SummerSlam 2019, New Japan Pro Wrestling superstar Lance Archer took to his official Twitter account and proposed an interesting challenge to 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt.

'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt made his highly awaited in-ring debut at this year's SummerSlam pay-per-view against former Universal Champion Finn Balor. Wyatt came out to a brand new entrance theme and also carried a lantern which was made out of the old severed head of Bray Wyatt (truly disturbing!).

As expected, Wyatt dominated his match against Balor right from the get-go, gaining the upper hand in the early stages of the match and despite Balor countering with little offense, Wyatt eventually pinned the former Universal Champion after applying the Mandible Claw for a quick win.

Shortly after the conclusion to Wyatt's epic match and re-debut, NJPW star Lance Archer took to Twitter and sent out a tweet claiming that a match between 'The American Psycho' and 'The Fiend' would indeed be a fun outing. The Suzuki Gun maniac further wrote that would it surely would be an amazing crossover and described this dream match as a "beautiful nightmare".

Archer, who recently competed in his first G1 Climax tournament, was highly impressive in NJPW's biggest tournament of the year. The former IWGP Tag Team Champion has proved his worth as a singles wrestler and is someone who definitely isn't scared to step into the ring against 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt.

From here on, it will be interesting to note what WWE has in store for 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt. As for Lance Archer, he continues to be a part of the NJPW roster and Suzuki Gun. The American Psycho will be competing as a singles wrestler moving forward, now that his former tag team partner Davey Boy Smith Jr. has departed from Suzuki Gun and NJPW.

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