The 2019 edition of SummerSlam saw a wide range of great moments on what was overall a good night of WWE action.
Seth Rollins dethroned Brock Lesnar clean as a whistle to capture the Universal Championship, and Trish Stratus bowed out of wrestling in-front of her hometown crowd.
But nothing at all could compare to the moment that Bray Wyatt re-debuted inside the Scotiabank Arena.
We first saw the 'new' Wyatt on our screens on the April 22 episode of Monday Night Raw, as he debuted his child entertainer gimmick, which ended up revealing a huge twist.
After weeks of seeing the intriguing new Wyatt, his alter-ego was shown as 'The Fiend', who donned a scary-looking mask and a brand new attire, with gloves brandishing the words 'hurt' and 'heal'.
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WWE were really dragging out the re-debut of Wyatt, but July 15 finally saw The Fiend make his first appearance on Raw, where he downed Finn Balor with a Sister Abigail.
In recent weeks The Fiend has terrorised WWE legends such as Kurt Angle and Mick Foley, taking the latter's Mandible Claw finishing move in the process.
But it was finally time for his first match in over a year at SummerSlam against Balor, and even before he did a move on the Irishman the crowd were taken aback.
Wyatt came out with a heavy metal remix of his original Wyatt Family theme song and he still had a lantern, but this one was a severed head of the old Wyatt with its eyes sewn shut.
You just have to witness the entrance in its entirety to see how good it was.
The Fiend didn't decimate Balor like many thought he would, but he still ended up victorious thanks to the Mandible Claw, and from start to finish he looked like a star.
If WWE can't make something big out of Wyatt's new character, then they are really doing something wrong.
Most fans are loving the new direction and long may it continue.News Now - Sport News