'The Fiend' appeared on Monday Night Raw this week after the show went off the air and defended his Universal Championship in a Steel Cage match vs Seth Rollins.
The Fiend defeated Rollins for the Universal title in a Falls Count Anywhere match at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia last week.
This dark match after Raw was Wyatt's first Universal title defense since that match, and once again, he defeated The Beastslayer clean.
Rollins and Wyatt competed under the red light again after Raw went off the air, as they had done in previous matches, and their match lasted around five minutes according to Wrestling Inc.
The finish saw The Beastslayer deliver several Stomps in the center of the ring, but then The Fiend stopped him from escaping the cage.
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Wyatt followed that up with Sister Abigail before pinning Rollins to get the clean win. The lights then went out and Wyatt re-appeared on the stage, raising the title in the air while the lights flashed.
Here are a few clips from the dark match after Raw.
As of writing, it doesn't look like Wyatt will continue feuding with Rollins on WWE TV since the Universal Champion is on SmackDown while The Beastslayer is a member of Raw.
Neither The Fiend or Rollins are yet to be booked for Survivor Series later this month.
Wyatt is yet to begin a new feud as Universal Champion as he wasn't on last week's SmackDown due to the flight delays the majority of the WWE roster suffered in Saudi Arabia following Crown Jewel.
However, following this week's Raw, it looks like Rollins will be involved in the traditional Survivor Series elimination match at the show, which this year will be between Raw, SmackDown, and NXT.
Currently, it's unclear as to which team The Beastslayer will be a member of at Survivor Series, as he teased possibly joining NXT during a segment with Triple H on Raw.News Now - Sport News