Bray Wyatt's alter-ego finally made his long-awaited in-ring debut at SummerSlam this week - and he didn't disappoint.
From the entrance alone you could tell WWE had put a lot of effort into making 'The Fiend' special, and his presence alone stole the show before he even stepped foot inside the squared circle against Finn Balor.
It wasn't dominant by any stretch of the imagination, but The Fiend ended up victorious via the Mandible Claw.
His absence from Raw and SmackDown this week was very visible, with fans wanting to see what next steps The Fiend would take, but it seems that WWE won't use him unless they have a concrete plan in-mind.
Such is the popularity of Wyatt's new character now though that 2K Games, who make WWE's annual video game, have put The Fiend front-and-centre of their pre-order bonus features, meaning he will be a playable character.
Considering The Fiend only made his first in-ring appearance a month ago, it's a surprisingly quick turnaround to get his character in the game, but 2K have gone all-out to make Wyatt's addition a big deal.
A number of new fantasy characters themed horror-like will be included in the pack, such as 'FrankenStrowman', 'The Swampfather' Bray Wyatt and 'Wicked' Aleister Black.
There will also be two new arenas - the Wyatt Swamp Arena and Cemetery Brawl Arena - and the 'Swampfather' version of Wyatt has his own 'Showcase Mode', which includes a special Demon King Finn Balor.
This all means that you can control The Fiend's destiny in Universe Mode should you wish to, and create rivalries that could happen down the line in real life.
WWE 2K20 will be released on October 22 worldwide, and it will feature a Showcase Mode dedicated to the Four Horsewomen, and will feature Hall of Famer Chyna for the first time in a WWE game since WWF SmackDown! 2: Know Your Role in 2000.News Now - Sport News