Fiend involved in surprising follow-up segment after last week’s attack on Alexa Bliss


The Fiend made their elaborate weekly TV entry for the first time in this week’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown.There was a lot of anticipation surrounding Fiend’s arrival on SmackDown after his attack on Alexa Bliss on last week’s show.

Bray Wyatt kicked off SmackDown with a new Firefly Fun House segment, and he started off by messaging all the haters who slipped into his DMs and blamed him for the Alexa Bliss attack.

Wyatt then pointed to a photo of Braun Strowman and said they should all blame the monster among the men. Wyatt urged Strowman to give him The Fiend wants at SummerSlam before declaring The Fiend will appear on SmackDown tonight.

Later that night, another episode of Firefly Fun House appeared to be in store before the music cut and The Fiend’s entry theme started playing.

Bray Wyatt’s sinister alter ego stepped out with his iconic lantern in hand. He walked towards the ring in the form of lasers and red lights flashed fervently in the Performance Center.

The show returned from a commercial break and Alexa Bliss was in the ring with The Fiend behind her. The Fiend walked around the ring before crawling on a creepy Alexa Bliss.

He raised his arm like he did last week, and it looked like Bliss was about to be removed with another mandible claw.

Braun Strowman accepts The Fiend’s SummerSlam challenge

However, Bliss grabbed his arm and made eye contact with The Fiend before gently stroking his face. A frustrated Fiend stepped back as Braun Strowman appeared on the big screen.

The WWE Universal Champion began his promo by stating that he didn’t care about Alexa Bliss. Ouch!

Strowman cut a promo in which he pretended to be the real monster before accepting The Fiend’s SummerSlam challenge. The segment ended, and SmackDown cut to another commercial break.

The most interesting and somewhat confusing aspect of the entire segment was Braun Strowman saying he didn’t care about Alexa Bliss. Perhaps it was done to add to his monstrous character and to destabilize The Fiend, which he surely did by his appearance.

All said and done, The Fiend vs Braun Strowman for SummerSlam Universal Champion is now official.
Posted on Aug 08, 2020 08:06 AM


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