Bray Wyatt's The Fiend is arguably the hottest thing going in WWE right now, and the man himself has refuted reports stating he's going to be made more family-friendly.
Journalist Tom Colohue recently reported that WWE wanted a 'happy medium' in which they want The Fiend character, but they also don't want to scare 'half the audience away'.
Initially, this report was hard to come to terms with since The Fiend hasn't done anything extreme to suggest otherwise, and it looks like that is the only truth to this story.
According to Wyatt himself, The Fiend character is not going to be turned into a more family-friendly character and the reports saying otherwise are not true.
Wyatt said in a tweet in response to the report: "Stop spreading this propaganda. And fire your informants."
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The only time WWE has censored Wyatt as The Fiend so far was when they edited out his head lantern out of his SummerSlam entrance YouTube video. It's believed they did this to meet YouTube content guidelines.
SummerSlam is also the only time The Fiend has stepped into the ring for a match since debuting in WWE. He defeated Finn Balor in a singles match on the show.
WWE fans saw Wyatt as The Fiend for the first time since SummerSlam during Monday Night Raw this week when he attacked Jerry Lawler.
It's unclear as to who the former WWE Champion could face inside the ring next, but fans are hoping he moves on from attacking legends soon in order to establish another feud with a full-time superstar.
Recently, Wyatt and Aleister Black teased a future WWE match on Twitter, but many fans don't want this match to take place just yet.
Neither superstar is yet to lose on WWE TV since their most recent singles push began, and neither superstar can really afford to lose right now or they'll lose all momentum, so a match is unlikely to happen anytime soon.
It's unclear as to when we'll see The Fiend next, but fans will be glad to hear that he isn't going to be made into a more family-friendly character anytime soon.News Now - Sport News