(Watch) The Fiend Bray Wyatt attacks the OC after Raw went off-air


The Fiend came out to the ring after Raw to attack the OC

Manchester was the home for this week’s Raw as the episode was taped in the United Kingdom.

SmackDown received the same treatment a few days ago and it was an interesting episode as Seth Rollins learned about his teammates for the big Survivor Series match.

There was more shenanigans regarding Rusev, Lana and Lashley, but there was another surprise entrance from a SmackDown star.

Bray Wyatt
The Fiend Bray Wyatt is the new Universal champion (Image credit: WWE)

The Fiend Bray Wyatt won the Universal title from Rollins at Crown Jewel but being a SmackDown star, he should defend the title there.

Nevertheless, he has attacked Raw stars in the past and was at it again at Manchester.

After the show, in a dark segment, The OC and AJ Styles came out to throw some dirt on the UK crowd, but the Fiend came about down the ramp.

The OC
The OC tore the house down at NXT (Image credit: Triple H Twitter)

In a video shared by a fan, the Fiend is being beaten down by the OC and at one stage, is in a corner of the ring.

Wyatt, however, regains his composure and gets rid of Luke Gallows first. The Universal champion then hits Styles and finishes Karl Andersen with a Sister Abigail.

What next for Bray Wyatt?

The champion isn’t sure of when his next fight will be, and any hopes of him facing Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series were ended.

The Beast takes on Rey Mysterio for the WWE championship, and it will be interesting to see what match Bray is involved in.

Rollins could have been in a rematch for his title, but the Architect will be captaining Raw’s 5-man squad for the Survivor Series match.

The Fiend has attacked Daniel Bryan recently, and it will be interesting to see where this goes.

Wyatt has done a great job with his second in-ring persona and it is great seeing him as the champion.

However, WWE needs to find the right kind of opposition for The Fiend.

Wyatt’s alter ego seemed barely affected when Rollins was hitting him with finishers at Crown Jewel.

The red lighting also gives him a ‘Kane’ vibe, and the Big Red Monster was impervious to attacks when fighting early on in his WWE career.

Survivor Series should see some sort of interference from Wyatt as he is one of the biggest draws in the WWE at the moment.

The creative team still have time to write him into a storyline and hopefully, he has a great match in the upcoming PPV.

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