Prior to the WrestleMania 32 card being confirmed, it was widely speculated that Bray Wyatt would be facing Brock Lesnar on the show, which got many members of the WWE Universe excited.
However, when Dean Ambrose was booked to face The Beast at The Showcase of The Immortals instead, many fans thought they had missed out on seeing the match taking place until it was booked for Roadblock.
But when that match didn't take place either - it was changed to a two-on-one handicap match with Luke Harper pairing with Bray, only for the leader of The Wyatt Family not to take part due to an injury - once again, the fans were annoyed.
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Now WrestleMania has passed, The Wyatt Family looks set to feud against the League of Nations at Payback while Lesnar is yet to be given any rivalry as of yet as he didn't appear on either Raw or SmackDown this week.
The New Face of Fear reflected on the possibility of himself and The Beast Incarnate meeting somewhere down the line on Sam Roberts' Wrestling Podcast over WrestleMania weekend, according to Wrestling Inc. He promised that they are going to meet eventually.
He said: "Me and Brock Lesnar are going to meet. And this is the only way I can put this, me and Brock Lesnar will meet down the line. It will mean something and I'm going to give him my soul and my body, and, hopefully, he doesn't kill me, but if he does, then, so be it.
"That's as much as I can give there. I've been beaten up quite a bit this past year. We all have. It [has] been a rough year as far as the curse of the injury, but I'm still ticking, barely, but I'm still here. I'm still alive."
Considering the potential this feud has, it's one that the WWE should be going with some time in the next year if Bray Wyatt really is to be considered as The New Face of Fear.
Lesnar has already had a great feud with someone with the enigma of Bray Wyatt and The Wyatt Family, that man, of course, being probably the greatest WWE superstar of all time, The Undertaker.
The Beast came out on top in that feud, after winning and breaking The Deadman's WrestleMania undefeated streak at WrestleMania 30, and winning once more at last year's Hell in a Cell pay-per-view in October. However, in the rivalry against Wyatt, it must be the leader of The Wyatt Family that comes out as the overall winner.
Wyatt needs to be built as a top heel, as currently, the majority of babyfaces are walking all over him by the end of the feud. Having a win against someone like Lesnar could do wonders for his character, and it could put the entire Wyatt Family in the right direction that the WWE has been looking for for quite some time.