It appears that fans will have to wait a bit to see “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt get his rematch with WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins.
WWE sent out a tweet that has since been deleted that announced the contest for the upcoming WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view. Fans picked up on it and took a screenshot of it. The announcement was made earlier today.
With RAW taking place in a few hours, it’s possible that WWE is saving the announcement for Monday’s episode of RAW, which will feature the fallout from their first encounter.
Wyatt vs. Rollins ended in a match stoppage once Rollins hit Wyatt in the head with a sledgehammer at Sunday’s Hell in a Cell pay-per-view event in Sacramento, California at the Golden 1 Center on the WWE Network.
The finish of this match caused major backlash from fans.
This year’s WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view takes place on November 24 from the Allstate Arena near Chicago and will air on the WWE Network.
Most fans figured that this rematch would take place at the Crown Jewel show but WWE could wait for what is historically a big show.