'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt tries to drag Seth Rollins to hell on WWE SmackDown


'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt got his hands on Seth Rollins on Friday Night SmackDown this week for possibly the last time for a while, as he was also drafted to the blue brand.

'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt attacked Seth Rollins on SmackDown this week while he was having a match against Roman Reigns which would determine which WWE brand would pick first in the draft.

However, instead of appearing out of nowhere to attack Rollins, The Fiend instead emerged through the ring canvas itself and attempted to drag Rollins down with him to the hell below.

Rollins did manage to escape The Fiend's clutches from under the ring, but he did send a lasting message to the Universal Champion as he stared him down from the hole he created in the ring.

The lights went out, eerie sounds were heard, and then The Fiend appeared from the top of the ramp as the segment ended to stare down The Beastslayer further.

Due to the interference from Wyatt, Rollins won the match via disqualification, giving Raw the first pick of the draft, which they used on Raw Women's Champion Becky Lynch.

SmackDown would then pick Roman Reigns with their first pick, before later picking Wyatt near the end of the first round, seemingly separating The Fiend and Rollins for now.

Of course, that could all change on Monday Night Raw next week when the draft continues, but in all likelihood, the Universal Champion remains on Raw.


It's strange WWE could be bringing an end to Rollins' feud with The Fiend so quickly, but given the negative reaction to their Hell in a Cell match finish last weekend, it's also not surprising WWE wants to move on from this feud.

Given WWE's desire to have Raw and SmackDown feel more like sports shows, as well as Fox's deal for SmackDown, it's unlikely 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt makes another appearance on Raw once the draft is over.

Now we have to wait and see who Wyatt will feud with first on the blue brand, and it will be an important feud for him too as he looks to bounce back from Hell in a Cell's disastrous booking.

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