Bray Wyatt’s WWE return was a long time coming and fans were delighted with the Firefly Fun House. The internet loved this new vision for Wyatt, but WWE’s sponsors might not have been too keen on the idea.
At this time, it appears that WWE is still in the midst of the Superstar Shake-Up. This saw Jinder Mahal and the Singh Brothers getting moved to SmackDown Live as well as the B-Team. However, the company is still reportedly uncertain about Bray Wyatt’s status right now.
Wyatt was a Raw Superstar before his hiatus, but it seems like the company could place him on either show.
Dave Meltzer expanded on this idea during Wrestling Observer Radio where he explained that they don’t know which brand Wyatt will land on after his repackaging seeing how his Firefly Fun House vignette played on both main roster shows this week.
“Nobody knows [what brand Bray Wyatt is on] until they figure him out and how they’re going to do him. Yeah, he’s not on the list for either brand.”
Only time will tell how WWE will use Bray Wyatt with his new Firefly Fun House persona. He is said to be getting a huge push upon his return to the ring, but the biggest question is what color he will be representing.
Bray Wyatt has seen success on both the Raw and SmackDown brand so it isn’t about one being better than the other for him. Hopefully, WWE will be able to figure this out and they will let whatever Wyatt has planned run its course without stopping it suddenly due to outside pressure from sponsors about running with a gimmick of a cult leader for children.
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