Bray Wyatt Gets Furious At Roman Reigns Photo

Bray Wyatt was upset at not being included in a photo highlighting Roman Reigns’ title reign, as seen below.



The future plans for Bray Wyatt seem to be unclear at the moment, especially following the match between Brock Lesnar and Bobby Lashley at Elimination Chamber. Previously, Wyatt had stated that he would target the “survivor” of that match, which could still be the case.

During a recent episode of SmackDown, Wyatt made an unexpected reference to Lashley and Lesnar in his promo and promised to go after the winner. Lashley technically won the match through disqualification and is seemingly the logical next opponent for Wyatt, especially with WrestleMania on the horizon.

Adding to the intrigue is the mysterious presence of Uncle Howdy, which could potentially play a role in Wyatt’s storyline going forward. Nonetheless, the exact direction of Wyatt’s character and storyline is yet to be revealed and remains to be seen.

In a recent episode of Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer pondered WWE’s possible intentions for a new program featuring the Eater of Worlds, Bray Wyatt. Meltzer suggested that the teasing of a feud may not have been done without a long-term plan in mind by Triple H’s team, who typically strategize their storylines carefully.

Sources suggest that WWE believes Wyatt is immensely popular with fans and deserves a significant role in a big match. It’s rare for the company to introduce storylines without following through, especially when under the guidance of Triple H. Although it’s uncertain what the future holds for Wyatt, the recent interview he did may signal the beginning of something noteworthy.

“He [Bray Wyatt] is very over, and I think they feel that he has got to be in a big match. They don’t throw stuff out there and not follow up most of the time, certainly not Paul [Triple H]. My gut is that if he did that interview, I mean, it really has to lead to something. I don’t know what, but that would be interesting

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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