'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt faced Seth Rollins in a match after WWE Raw went off the air

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Monday Night Raw concluded this week with Seth Rollins attacking Bray Wyatt and burning down the Firefly Fun House, but the action between these two didn't stop there after the WWE show went off the air.

Seth Rollins raided the Firefly Fun House on Raw this week, setting it on fire but not before attacking Bray Wyatt as well, who was in the middle of a Firefly Fun House segment.

The Beastslayer had been Fiend hunting throughout Raw and finally got his hands on Wyatt at the end of Raw, but the action between these didn't stop once the cameras stopped rolling.

After Raw went off the air, Rollins had a match against The Fiend and it took place under the red lights that WWE previously used at Hell in a Cell.

Unsurprisingly, both superstars were protected, as the match ended in a win via disqualification for the Universal Champion after The Fiend was disqualified for attacking a referee.

The clip below was recorded seconds after the finish took place.

WWE fans won't have to wait too long to see Rollins and Wyatt face each other in the ring again, as the two are scheduled to have a match on Halloween.

The Beastslayer will defend the Universal Championship against The Fiend in a Falls Count Anywhere match at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia on October 31.

Despite this bout, Wyatt is unlikely to win the Universal title since he's now a member of SmackDown following the WWE Draft, while Rollins is still a member of Raw.

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Wyatt was drafted to SmackDown on Friday during night one of the draft, while Raw selected Rollins with their first pick of the draft during night two on Monday.

It will be interesting to see how WWE books the Crown Jewel match between The Fiend and Rollins, but there's a good chance it has a similar finish to their dark match from Raw this week in order to protect both superstars.

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