Seth Rollins may have managed to retain his Universal Championship at WWE Clash of Champions, but it looks like he has a bigger match now on his hands against Bray Wyatt's The Fiend.
Rollins defeated Braun Strowman in the main event of Clash of Champions to retain the Universal title, executing four stomps to take down The Monster Among Men in the middle of the ring.
After the match, the lights went down and eerie, high-pitched music of Bray Wyatt's The Fiend played. When the lights came back up The Fiend was attacking the Universal Champion on the ramp.
The Fiend gave The Beastslayer a Sister Abigail and then the Mandible Claw before standing tall over him as the lights off and the sounds of Wyatt's laughter, bringing an end to the Clash of Champions show.
It's now clear that what has been rumoured for weeks is true. Wyatt as The Fiend will face Rollins for the Universal Championship at Hell in a Cell next month.
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It comes as no surprise either that WWE is going in this direction, as Wyatt's The Fiend is the most red-hot superstar in the company right now and is the definition of popularity.
Wyatt's attack on Rollins was arguably the most memorable part of the main event at Clash of Champions, as Strowman once again has been forced to fall at the final hurdle when it comes to trying to capture a main title in WWE.
It will be interesting to see if Wyatt vs Rollins at Hell in a Cell will take place inside the actual cell, as well as what booking decision WWE makes in terms of finish to this match.
Will The Fiend's unbeaten run continue at Hell in a Cell with him walking out of the show as Universal Champion? Or can The Beastslayer become The Fiendslayer and add another incredible victory to his resume?
It feels too early still for Wyatt's The Fiend to pick up his first loss inside the ring, but crazier things have happened in WWE.News Now - Sport News