WWE News: Bray Wyatt wants to drive into WrestleMania 36 in a monster truck

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Bray Wyatt may have teased how he will be making his entrance at this year’s WrestleMania in Tampa in April.

Wyatt’s ‘The Fiend’ is one of the most over superstars in WWE right now, so it wouldn’t be surprising if the company decides to give him a special entrance at WrestleMania 36 later this year on April 5.

Although his opponent at the Showcase of Immortals is yet to be determined, it's widely expected that The Fiend will still be Universal Champion when the show arrives.

As a result, along with his consistently growing popularity, Wyatt is expected to have a special entrance at WrestleMania, and it looks like he’s already planning his entrance out.

In a post on Instagram, the Universal Champion asked his followers if any of them that live in the Tampa area could help turn his Cadillac into a monster truck.

He said in the post: “Attention: Is there anyone in the Tampa area that can help me turn my Cadillac into a monster truck for Mania?"

Plenty of superstars have had big entrances in the past like this, such as Rusev and his tank at WrestleMania 31 and The New Day with their cereal box at WrestleMania 32, so a monster truck entrance shouldn’t be too hard for WWE to pull off.

Imagine Wyatt entering WrestleMania to defend the Universal title while driving a Fiend themed monster truck. What a sight that would be!

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As previously mentioned, The Fiend currently doesn’t have an opponent for this year’s Showcase of Immortals, but the rumour mill recently has stated he will face Roman Reigns on the show.

The Big Dog would be an ideal opponent for the Universal Champion, as he’s one of the strongest booked babyfaces on SmackDown at the moment.

Reigns won in his Falls Count Anywhere match vs King Corbin at the Royal Rumble, and he also finished second to winner Drew McIntyre in the men’s Royal Rumble match.

In all likelihood, WWE probably won’t start the build for Wyatt’s WrestleMania feud until the Super Showdown Saudi Arabia show is in the books.

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