'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt is the most over superstar in WWE right now and 2020 looks set to be a big year for the superstar.
Wyatt will likely be walking into the new year as Universal Champion, so long as he's able to successfully defend the title at TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs if he has a match on the show.
This incarnation of the Wyatt character and the alter ego in The Fiend already has a lot of strong traits which makes it a unique character in today's WWE.
Whether it be the Firefly Fun House segments and puppets, to The Fiend's mask and eerie entrance with a torch of Wyatt's head, not many other superstars in WWE can match the same character development The Fiend has had over the past couple of months.
Yet, there are still ways in which WWE could develop him further. Here are five character developments WWE could give to 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt in 2020.
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Firefly Fun House Live
The Firefly Fun House segments have already become a fan favourite and one of the highlights of Raw/SmackDown since they began, but they've all been prerecorded. The obvious next step would be to have the show in front of the live audience inside the arena.
Having Wyatt appear with the Firefly Fun House puppets in a live segment either on the stage or in the ring would be awesome. Having him appear face to face with his next opponent would add an unusual layer to any feud he's involved in.
He would essentially be representing The Fiend in the storyline since he doesn't compete, like a Paul Heyman to Brock Lesnar. It would give the said superstar he's feuding with a rare chance to look strong as well before The Fiend enters the frame down the line.
New Superstar Ally
The Fiend is an eerie character that causes every superstar to think twice before stepping inside the ring with him. It's no wonder he's developed a quick cult following amongst WWE fans.
What if that cult following starts growing within the WWE roster as well? Many superstars already fear The Fiend, so why can't a few let him in? It could be the character boost that not only benefits Wyatt, but the superstar that decides to become his ally as well.
Several superstars, male or female, could fill the role, essentially making The Fiend a superstar that can't be touched unless you're able to go through its disciples, making him an even tough entity to beat.
On-Screen Bray Wyatt and The Fiend Interaction
So far, Bray Wyatt and The Fiend have been kept apart and are yet to share the screen with one another in a direct interaction since they are the same person.
However, WWE could add an extra layer to 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt character by having an on-screen interaction between the two roles, adding a new twist to future storylines.
They've already done something similar in the past with the incarnations of Mick Foley when Cactus Jack debuted on Raw during the 1990s. With the way technology has advanced since then, there's no reason why WWE can't pull off a better version of that today.
Weakness To Beat The Fiend
Since debuting in WWE a couple of months ago, The Fiend is yet to be defeated inside a WWE ring, nor has he finished a storyline weaker than he was before, only stronger.
However, everyone has their weaknesses, no matter how unbeatable they may seem. Superman has kryptonite. There's no reason why another seemingly immortal character like The Fiend can't have a weakness too. Perhaps if the red lights are destroyed somehow The Fiend is less powerful? Just a thought.
A superstar has to beat The Fiend someday, but that's not to say a bunch of superstars can still fail to beat him once The Fiend's weakness has been exposed. Just adding a weakness adds more depth to the already intriguing story of WWE's most over superstar.
Bray Wyatt Defends The Title
So far, despite having possession of the Universal Championship during Firefly Fun House segments, Bray Wyatt is yet to defend the Universal title, only The Fiend has.
That could all change if The Fiend was somehow taken out of action before a title defense, forcing Wyatt to take his place, which would be an interesting development to the character.
So far, we have only seen Wyatt interact with Seth Rollins when the latter burned down the Firefly Fun House. We have yet to see him compete in the ring, so it would be interesting to see how he would do and what fighting style, if any, he would bring to the squared circle.
2020 is set to be a big year for 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt in WWE, and it will be interesting to see how WWE intends to capitalize on the momentum he currently has with the direction they take the character in.News Now - Sport News