Cesaro attacked by 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt after WWE Raw goes off the air

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'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt made an appearance after Monday Night Raw went off the air this week and attacked Cesaro in the middle of the ring.

Raw ended this week with Tyson Fury and Braun Strowman brawling in the middle of the ring as WWE superstars tried to separate them.

One of the superstars trying to separate The Monster Among Men and The Gypsy King was Cesaro, who got more than what he bargained for.

Cesaro was left alone with Fury after Strowman and several other WWE superstars cleared the ring. He stayed in the squared circle to make sure nothing further happened between Fury and Strowman.

However, unhappy with being pushed back into a corner, The Gypsy King unloaded two right hooks on The Swiss Cyborg, knocking him out in the middle of the ring.

When Cesaro regained his composure after being knocked out by the undefeated boxer, the lights started to go out and eerie sounds could be heard throughout the arena. 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt was here.

The Swiss Superman was then attacked by The Fiend with the Mandible Claw until he fell to the ring canvas. The lights went back out as The Fiend laughed and made his escape.

Not a great night in the end for Cesaro, but a good night for those WWE fans in attendance who wanted to see The Fiend live.

Wyatt's match with Seth Rollins for the Universal Championship at Hell in a Cell controversially ended by match stoppage much to the fan's anger watching the show live in Sacramento on Sunday night.

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Initially, it looked as though WWE fans wouldn't see The Fiend on Raw this week, as reports emerged before the show stating he had picked up an injury during his infamous Hell in a Cell match.

Obviously, if Wyatt was able to get himself involved as The Fiend in this dark segment with Cesaro, the injury he has, which hasn't been specified, isn't significant enough to force him to miss time in the ring.

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