The Fiend is back!
After making his in-ring debut last Sunday at WWE SummerSlam in Toronto, Bray Wyatt’s new demonic persona returned to Monday Night Raw this evening to lay claim to yet another Hall of Fame icon.
Jerry “The King” Lawler opened Raw this week as a surprise fill-in at the commentary desk, and was later brought out to the ring to interview Sasha Banks on a special segment of the King’s Court. Or at least, that was the plan…
Before “The Boss” could even make her appearance, the lights in Minneapolis began to flicker before the startling Fiend apparated seemingly out of thin air, knocking Lawler unconscious with the Mandible Claw, before disappearing as quickly as he arrived.
The King now makes three WWE legends that Wyatt’s uncontrollable alter ego has attacked now, starting with the hardcore legend Mick Foley at Raw Reunion, followed by an attack on Kurt Angle in his hometown of Pittsburgh.
There's no escape from #TheFiend for @JerryLawler on #RAW!@WWEBrayWyatt pic.twitter.com/8pcZ429ESP
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— WWE (@WWE) August 20, 2019