After months of waiting, former WWE Champion Bray Wyatt has made his grand return to WWE television.
He did so on Monday’s episode of RAW in Long Island, NY at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum after Finn Balor lost a singles match to Samoa Joe. Following the match, some creepy music played with the lights flickering until it turned pitch black in the arena.
This is when fans heard noises in the ring and once the lights came on, Wyatt had Balor and hit his finisher, Sister Abigail, then stood tall in the ring.
Bray Wyatt’s Return
Wyatt had resurfaced on WWE television with the Firefly Fun House segment, which is a twisted take on kids television shows such as Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.
It had been airing on RAW over the last few months as a re-introduction of his character to the fans after he was off of TV since September. While waiting to make his return to television, Wyatt has got himself in some great shape.
WWE started airing the segments back in April, which has become a hot topic among fans on social media. During a dark stretch in WWE creative, the Wyatt segments have been lauded as one of the few bright spots of Monday Night Raw. The Firefly Fun House series and the reintroduction of Bray Wyatt have been overseen by Bruce Prichard.
In recent weeks, characters from the Firefly Fun House have been appearing inside the arena of WWE shows. It will be interesting to see how the demented kid’s show will be addressed now that Wyatt is back on television. Was it all a figment of Wyatt’s troubled mind, or something else entirely?