Bray Wyatt sent a message to Daniel Bryan after WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs following their confrontation in the ring at the show.
Daniel Bryan returned to WWE at TLC on Sunday night with a new look. He returned clean-shaven as his last confrontation with 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt a couple of weeks ago on SmackDown saw his hair pulled out.
Firefly Fun House version of Bray Wyatt wrestled for the first time at TLC, defeating The Miz in a singles match.
After the match, The Fiend appeared on the big screen and looked on as the Universal Champion went to use The Fiend's large mallet on The Miz in the middle of the ring.
Out of nowhere, Bryan made his return to the WWE, taking Wyatt out under a hood, before removing his hood to reveal his clean-shaven head.
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Bryan was then about to use the large mallet on Wyatt in the middle of the ring, but then the lights went out. By the time the lights came back on, Wyatt had gone.
Bryan then performed his YES! chant in the ring to the fans to end the segment, but Wyatt had a message for the former WWE Champion on Twitter after TLC.
The Universal Champion said in a tweet: "Dear Daniel Bryan, Nobody likes a bully. I was SOOOO excited to see you!😞
"PS: The Miz is tough. PPS: HE’s coming for you all☠️☠️☠️"
Wyatt added in another tweet: "PPPS: Bray looked jacked. Pass it on"
Bryan is back in WWE after a couple of months away, and he's rocking a similar look to what he had at the start of the decade and his American Dragon days and fans are loving it.
It looks like WWE is going in the direction of booking Wyatt vs Bryan for the Universal Championship at Royal Rumble in the new year. The Miz could also be included in this match to make it a triple threat.
It's also unclear if it will be Wyatt competing in this match, or if The Fiend will be making a return to the ring after taking the night off at TLC.
Nevertheless, it looks like Bryan is rejuvenated and ready to take down the Universal Champion in 2020.News Now - Sport News