'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt is WWE's most over superstar right now, and the company has big plans for him at their next few shows.
WWE already revealed on SmackDownt this week that The Fiend's first Universal title defense will come at Survivor Series next weekend against Daniel Bryan.
However, their plans for Wyatt go beyond Survivor Series, as he already has opponents lined up for two interesting WWE shows coming up.
At Starrcade on December 1 in Atlanta, the Universal Champion was scheduled to defend his title vs The Miz in a Steel Cage match, but that match has changed.
Instead, The Fiend will now be defending the title against former Wyatt Family member Braun Strowman. The Miz will instead face Shinsuke Nakamura for the Intercontinental Championship.
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Before Starrcade though, Wyatt will defend the Universal Championship at a WWE Supershow in Mexico on November 30, according to reports.
PWInsider has stated his opponent on that show will be Rey Mysterio. That match will also take place inside a steel cage.
Mysterio was scheduled to team up with Cain Velasquez against The O.C.'s Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson on the show, but Humberto Carrillo will now be taking his place.
These are two very interesting matches for The Fiend and it could indicate what feuds he will be involved in before the end of the year.
It's widely expected that Wyatt will successfully defend the Universal title against Bryan at Survivor Series, but WWE has provided very little information about who he'll be feuding with after the show.
The Fiend is unlikely to enter into a feud with Mysterio since he's on Raw, so their match in Mexico has most likely been booked in order to give Mexican WWE fans a stellar main event.
However, a feud between Wyatt and Strowman is very much possible since they're both on SmackDown. They've already started having matches at WWE live events as well.
The Monster Among Men has recently been tussling with and dominating Drew Gulak and The B-Team on the blue brand show, so he should come out on top in that feud.
Wyatt and Strowman both have an extended history with one another in WWE as well thanks to their Wyatt Family roots, so we could see some very interesting promos between the two throughout the rest of the month.
The Fiend has been picking up wins against Bray Wyatt's former foes since it made its WWE debut, and it looks like The Monster Among Men could be the next superstar on the list.News Now - Sport News