Bray Wyatt has been a twisted, intriguing WWE character that several fans have previously loved to watch week in week out.
His absence from the match card at Night of Champions however, unfortunately reiterated how WWE is struggling to promote Wyatt and maintain his prominence within WWE.
It seemed that following his loss to John Cena, instead of being pushed into the level of the likes of Randy Orton and Roman Reigns, Wyatt was forgotten about and overshadowed by story lines involving other superstars.
At 27, Wyatt is still young and is therefore at a key point in his WWE career with fans are eagerly anticipating which direction WWE will take Wyatt in.
The difficulty is that a number of top names in WWE who Wyatt could feud with are already wrapped up in a story line or have a rivalry set with another wrestler.
But the WWE Universe is surely after variety and wants to see some kind of shake up with the current roster and at least to see certain wrestlers such as John Cena as not the only ones the industry can rely on and therefore have to focus on.
Two possible opponents for Wyatt to face would be current United States Champion Sheamus or Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler.
The Celtic Warrior put on a fine display against Cesaro at Night of Champions, proving his capability both as a wrestler and WWE character.
The feud between these two superstars though has gone on enough and this match was surely a fitting and great end to their ongoing rivalry.
A fresh face to challenge Sheamus for his US Championship Title is therefore necessary and Wyatt could well be the man to do that by becoming his new rival.
This would put Wyatt back in the picture of the more prominent wrestlers in WWE, with Sheamus definitely being a plausible opponent for Bray.
For the time being Wyatt will need a rivalry against someone on a level such as Sheamus or Ziggler, before he is able to challenge for something on a bigger scale and be regarded as one of the top names once again such as Cena or Lesnar.
This is a realistic possibility for Wyatt, it is just a question of how long it will be before he gets back to the top level.
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