Randy Orton came out on Raw this week to explain why he burned Bray Wyatt at WWE TLC. Then the lights went down as if The Fiend was approaching. When they came back on, The Viper was in a situation he did not count on.

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Alexa Bliss appeared in the ring on a swing set. She was swinging away and talking with a very childish disposition. “I bet you were expecting someone else?” Bliss said. “He” built that swing set for her as well. “You can call it Alexa’s Playground.”

Bliss named off a bunch of places where The Fiend could be, each of them made a joke about being burned. She said that it’s like The Fiend went into the dirt and was absorbed into the earth and he’s home. Then she said that he could come back to Alexa’s Playground, and “if he does then it will be like something we’ve never seen before.”


The lights cut out, and the segment ended. The commentary was then left to wonder what Alexa Bliss meant by saying that The Fiend is home.

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