With the WWE Draft, Monday Night Raw received several weighty names from Smackdown, with one of the most prominent athletes going from blue to red Monday night rings, going by the name of Bray Wyatt, also known by the name of The Fiend, a fearsome, almost invincible demon who attacks anyone who passes in his path without making distinctions.
Apparently, despite in the same episode of the Draft also dedicated to him, Wyatt attacked together with his new adept Alexa Bliss, the couple formed by Andrade and Zelina Vega, in what seemed like a real beginning of feud, it would seem instead that WWE may also have other ideas for the future of the company's former Universal Champion, with a huge challenge on the horizon that, if confirmed in the coming days, would be truly incredible.
Bray Wyatt and Retribution compete on Twitter
In the past few hours, in fact, the famous social network Twitter has been the perfect scenario to put together the chaos stable of Raw, made up of all the former NXT athletes dissatisfied with their treatment with the WWE, led by Ali, who has made a sensational turn heel a few episodes ago of Raw, revealing himself to be the leader of Retribution and the demon of Raw, who passed on the red rings thanks to the Draft, Bray Wyatt.
After Ali warned WWE Universe fans that there will be blood on Monday Night Raw in the next episode, T-BAR also thought about it, echoing the words of the leader of Retribution, who wrote on his profile: "No WWE Superstar is safe.
You are all dead." To answer this sentence, however, the alter ego of the Fiend arrived almost immediately, who replied: "I am already dead" To close the circle of comments between the retribution and Wyatt athletes, T-Bar always thought about it, who posted a photo of Alexa Bliss, asking Wyatt if she too is already dead, just like him:
No @WWE Superstar is safe.
You’re all dead.
Meanwhile, as revealed in the past few hours by the well-known overseas site Inside The Ropes, the WWE Chairman would still want to bring the former Universal Champion Bill Goldberg's back to the company's ring, with the journalists of the magazine saying: "We were also told that 'Vince McMahon doesn't care what other people think about him still using Goldberg' and the boss still believes there is great value in Goldberg's name."
Although many insiders, many wrestlers and many fans have complained to WWE about the use of a 50-year-old now almost permanently retired from wrestling wrestling, Vince McMahon would not care about the thinking of such people, with the owner of the company that if a perfect plan comes out, it would bring Da Man back to the WWE rings once again, to try to make as much money as possible with his appearances, as many fans still run after their idol from the WCW days, despite the fact that they are now over.
20 years. Goldberg is a four-time world champion, having won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship, the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and the WWE Universal Championship twice, with the first two realms represented by the Big Gold Belt; he was also twice WCW United States Champion and once WCW World Tag Team Champion (with Bret Hart).
In 2003 he was recognized as the first undefeated world champion in wrestling history and the first athlete to hold a version of the Big Gold Belt in both World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and WWE. In 2018 he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
In his career in professional wrestling, Goldberg has achieved 313 wins out of 365 matches played, also remaining undefeated for 456 days (from 22 September 1997 to 22 December 1998); during the unbeaten period he won 155 consecutive fights, although WCW incorrectly counts 173.