Despite the tragic passing of his grandfather BlackJack Mulligan this past week, Bray Wyatt was still a part of this week's episode of Raw and for the first time in his WWE career, he teamed with a superstar who wasn't a member of the Wyatt Family.
Bray and Roman Reigns were forced into a tag team match against Sheamus and Alberto Del Rio from The League of Nations after they decided to confront Roman earlier in the night and Bray Wyatt then made the save and Shane McMahon made the match.
Although he may have recently picked up a calf injury during the WWE's European tour, the pairing of The New Face of Fear and The Big Dog could be a sign of bigger things to come for The Wyatt Family leader.
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IS THIS LEADING TO SOMETHING BIGGER?
The first thought on social media was that Reigns could be forced to turn heel and placed under the wing of Wyatt, especially since the boos once again rang out for the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion as he made his way to the ring at the Staples Center in LA.
But a better idea could be to put Wyatt into the World Championship picture, something the patriarch of The Wyatt Family fully deserves.
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Of course, Bray will never be the kind of superstar who would just be inserted into a match, and it seems to soon to place the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on AJ Styles, with current speculation suggesting that Reigns will hold onto the Championship through to SummerSlam season.
This means that WWE have the issue of allowing Reigns to defeat Styles, a guy who is currently on fire when it comes to in-ring competition and is one of the most over superstars with the WWE Universe.
There is also the small problem of the unfinished business between Brock Lesnar and Bray Wyatt as well, but since The Beast hasn't been in attendance for the past two weeks, it leaves this rivalry up in the air as well.
BRAY WYATT VS ROMAN REIGNS
One way out of this predicament would be for Bray Wyatt to interfere in the match and force the disqualification, whilst Erick Rowan and Braun Strowman settle their differences with The League of Nations. AJ would win the match and would be granted a re-match, but Bray could continue to be the thorn in the side of the Champion until they are forced to face off with the title on the line.
With Triple H currently off WWE TV and his return to claim his rematch still up in the air, it would seem that the best option would be to allow Bray Wyatt to fight for the title and finally give him not only the push he deserves, but the title he deserves.
Bray Wyatt is one of the most talented superstars on WWE's main roster and for him to be able to fight for the title would help his credibility enormously after the abysmal booking that WWE has handed him over the past few years.
Bray has shown many times that he has what it takes to be the face of the company and it would be a welcome change to have someone of Bray's calibre as WWE's biggest champion.
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