WWE may have backed themselves into a corner when it comes to The Wyatt Family - leaving them with the solo option of splitting them up.
The Wyatts have been together since their WWE debut and despite a short misunderstanding between Eric Rowan and Luke Harper that landed them on opposing sides at the 2014 Survivor Series, all three men have remained loyal.
Braun Strowman then joined the ranks a few months ago and it seemed like the newcomer looked set to be the savior of the family but sadly once again WWE failed them with their epicly bad booking.
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It was bad enough when Bray Wyatt was calling himself "The New Face of Fear" despite the fact that he lost the match to The Undertaker at WrestleMania 31. This then ruined Bray's credibility for a long time afterwards and it seems he has failed to recover.
This wasn't helped by the fact that Wyatt then failed to be scheduled for a match at this year's WrestleMania because Vince McMahon decided that a Dean Ambrose vs Brock Lesnar match would be a better seller.
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The thought was, that given Brock and Bray's recent interactions, Bray and The Wyatt's would interfere at WrestleMania, when instead they decided to attempt to attack The Rock, which lead to Erick Rowan having a six-second match with The Great One.
Add to that the fact that Brock Lesnar hasn't been seen since WrestleMania and it doesn't seem as though WWE are ready to set up a feud between the two superstars, it leaves Bray Wyatt on the outsides of a feud again, with no possibility of setting up a decent one before Payback.
After Bray and Roman teamed up on Raw a few weeks ago, many fans were intrigued to see how the duo would react this week, when to their surprise, Bray wasn't even a part of the show.
This leaves many questions up in the air, but it could just be to do with the fact that he was injured at a house show recently and didn't travel to London. It also leaves The Wyatts without a feud moving forward and means they will perhaps not be involved in Payback.
There is of course the option that Bray and The Wyatts could play their part in the main event feud between Roman Reigns and AJ Styles, but there are so many people who could potentially be involved in this match that The Wyatt's link is rather slim.
The Wyatts have been together long enough now that it seems it could be time for WWE to pull the plug and have them turn on each other whilst they are still relevant otherwise they will become another group that is a side note.
It is sad that poor booking has lead a group with main event potential here, but it's time for Bray to go solo and he could take out the rest of his family en-route.
How would you book The Wyatt Family? Or is it time to break them up once and for all? Have YOUR say in the comment section below!
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