Has WWE Found It’s Next Undertaker?
After the retirement of the legendary Undertaker, who could be the next superstar? Probably WWE has found the one. The 53-year-old Undertaker has been a true superstar and have smashed classic performances. Young fans were afraid of him too. After his retirement, questions would arise regarding his replacement, and that doubt seems to be clear now.
Though the superstar has been infrequent in the ring at times and that his performance has dropped in the past few years.
Bray Wyatt, The Fiend
After returning from injury, Wyatt has captured universal imagination with his “Fiend” look. He has always been a deserving candidate as the replacement of Undertaker. But WWE has looked upon him always as the one who made promises but failed to keep it. Wyatt made his debut in Summer Slam against Finn Balor. His performance left the audience awestruck.
With his sensational appearance and dumbstruck entry, he has left behind many other wrestlers. Bray has been fantastic in his Firefly segments too, but his “Friend” persona is something beyond expectations. If the process continues like this and he remains to mesmerize the audience with his terrific outbursts then definitely the replacement of The legendary Undertaker is in right hands.
We need to look after that it is not a failed attempt like that of ‘Backwoods Cult Leader’ who lost at Wrestle mania to The Undertaker.
What Are The People Saying?
Earlier Ryan Satin shared a twit which read, “From what I have heard Bray Wyatt wasn’t shown on WWE TV this week to follow up on “The Fiend” debuting at Summer Slam. Because they want his character to be special and for it to feel like you will never know when he is going to strike again.”
Let’s just watch with patience if Wyatt would be the expected “NEXT UNDERTAKER.”