Bray Wyatt’s return to WWE has ignited a wave of excitement among fans, who are eagerly anticipating his highly anticipated feud with LA Knight. Wyatt’s enigmatic and unpredictable character has long captivated audiences, drawing them in with his mesmerizing performances and keeping them on the edge of their seats with his unexpected twists and turns. However, Wyatt’s current feud with Bobby Lashley has been Blasted for being silly and hokey.

While Bray Wyatt’s return to WWE has been met with a surge of excitement from fans, some have expressed frustration with his recent slow-burning storytelling approach.

WWE began a program between Bray Wyatt and Bobby Lashley since last week. Unfortunately, fans clearly wanted nothing to do with Lashley and Wyatt’s feud.

In fact, the feud featured Bobby Lashley destroying Uncle Howdy, which made absolutely no sense for fans whatsoever. The feud between the two intensified on RAW this week, but it did nothing to increase fan interest.


While speaking on his podcast, the Jim Cornette Experience, Jim Cornette talked about Bobby Lashley and Wyatt’s current feud. He blasted the feud for being silly and hokey.

I think there was an element, honestly, of dread or feeling of impending doom, on his face, that he has to work with this f***ing guy. As he’s trying to leave, Lashley down the aisle way, on the screen there is Bray Wyatt. This is so bad, and so hokey, and so silly. Bray Wyatt dressed up as Lashley doing an exercise video, shaking his butt, and the jazzy Richard Simmons-kind of music. Mr. Muscle Man!

It hurts Bobby. It’s all going to be silly. Even Bobby Lashley, a beast like that, for this pudgy fat bearded f**k, that shows us nothing, ever, Bray Wyatt, and never gets to a point, and he’s going to sell nothing for Lashley, this beast. But it was bad, because it was silly. And then it got spooky, it got sillier. And the lights go out, like always.”

We will have to wait and see how WWE will continue to book their feud in the coming weeks. Regardless, fans are unlikely to care about the outcome.

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