Even though Bray Wyatt lost to The Undertaker at WrestleMania, WWE is really trying to push Bray Wyatt as their new “face of fear.” Lately, Wyatt has been calling people out in a very cryptic way, which started with The Undertaker before WrestleMania. Now, Wyatt has his mind set on someone else, but nobody knows just who that someone else will end up being. There have been rumors of it being Roman Reigns, Ryback, Dolph Ziggler, Finn Balor, or even Triple H. But unlike when he began calling out The Undertaker several months ago, nobody is very sure who he’s targeting.
Apparently, the cryptic promos will be Wyatt’s new gimmick for the foreseeable future, as WWE really likes the intrigue and mystery they bring to the table. Wyatt is currently one of the best talkers in the company, so WWE trusts that Wyatt will get people interested in seeing his next big match, even if they don’t really know who it will be against.
As previously mentioned, there have been rumors that Wyatt’s latest target will end up being Triple H. This would of course require Wyatt to turn babyface, which most people believe he’s better suited for.
The rumors of it possibly being Finn Balor stem from the fact that Balor is expected to make his WWE main roster debut at some point in the near future, and a feud with Bray Wyatt would put him in one of the top programs in the company right away and would allow Balor to come in with a bang.
Roman Reigns could also end up being Wyatt’s latest target, as WWE does want to move Reigns away from his feud with Big Show after Extreme Rules, because the majority of WWE fans are getting tired of constantly seeing Reigns take on “The World’s Largest Athlete.”
Nobody knows exactly when Wyatt will reveal who he’s been talking about over these last couple of weeks, but if he’s going to have a match at next Sunday’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view, then he’ll reveal the name on Monday’s RAW. It’s also possible that Wyatt could interfere in someone’s match at the pay-per-view out of nowhere, much like he did back at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, when he took out Dean Ambrose, which kicked off their feud.
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