WWE is on the road to WrestleMania, and that will undoubtably include many water-cooler moments along the way. This week’s episode of WWE RAW saw Bray Wyatt and Bobby Lashley continue their storyline, and fans noticed that there was a different creative edge behind that angle.

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Ringside News reached out to confirm that Rob Fee is still working with the Bray Wyatt storyline as we head into WrestleMania 39. We were told by a tenured source in the creative team that Rob Fee is “certainly doing the Bray part of it.”

Rob Fee is still around WWE and working with Bray Wyatt. We previously reported that there was bit of heat on him initially, because he took a lot more credit for Bray Wyatt’s return than he needed to. It seems that he was able to move past that situation, and he is still working closely with Bray Wyatt’s WrestleMania program.


There were a ton of Easter eggs inserted into the last Firefly Fun House episode. From Alexa Bliss’ apparent cameo as hand actor, to a big tease for a former Superstar’s return to the company, the Firefly Fun House was full of interesting tidbits to pay attention to.

There was a lot of controversy about Brock Lesnar’s WrestleMania opponent. Bray Wyatt said that he will face the winner of Bobby Lashley and Lesnar at the Royal Rumble, and The Almighty won via DQ. That set up this WrestleMania encounter for Wyatt, while Lesnar is now dealing with Omos.

Keep checking back with Ringside News as we continue monitoring this ongoing situation on the road to WrestleMania 39.

What’s your take on this Bray Wyatt program for WrestleMania? Sound off in the comments!

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