Bray Wyatt's The Fiend attacks Kane on WWE Raw

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Bray Wyatt's The Fiend added another victim to his list last night on Monday Night Raw when he attacked a returning Kane at the end of the show.

Earlier in the night Kane won and lost back the 24/7 Championship to R-Truth, not as The Big Red Machine, but as the Mayor of Knox County Glenn Jacobs.

Later, when Rollins found himself outnumbered in the main event by The OC, Dolph Ziggler, and Robert Roode, Kane came out to make the save.

However, after Kane cleared the ring and was about to summon fire, the lights went out and eerie sounds could be heard. WWE fans knew what this meant, Bray Wyatt's The Fiend was here.

The Fiend appeared behind The Big Red Machine in the middle of the ring and, as Kane turned around, he applied the Mandible Claw as Rollins watched on in fear.

The Firefly Fun House opening graphic and theme song then played on a loop to end the show as The Fiend added another victim to his victim's list.

This segment sets the tone for what's to come for Wyatt and Rollins at Hell in a Cell next month.

WWE confirmed at the start of Raw this week that the Universal Champion will defend his title against The Fiend at Hell in a Cell on October 6 in a Hell in a Cell match.

The currently scheduled bout will be the first televised match for Wyatt since he faced Finn Balor at SummerSlam last month.

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With how hot and over The Fiend is right now with the WWE fans, it will be interesting to see exactly how WWE books both The Fiend and Rollins over the next few weeks before the pay-per-view.

Many fans believe that Wyatt can't lose when he faces The Beastslayer for the Universal title at Hell in a Cell next month due to how over the persona is and the fact the character hasn't been around for long.

The Fiend could very well be walking out of Hell in a Cell as the new Universal Champion and his dominance over another WWE legend like Kane just proves how behind the character the company is.

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