Bray Wyatt Returns, Tells Braun Strowman To ‘Follow The Buzzards’

Bray Wyatt and the Firefly Fun House returned on Friday Night SmackDown for the first time in two months. This was Wyatt’s first appearance since his loss to Braun Strowman at Money in the Bank. Bray questioned if the fans were missing him or not before catching them up on everything he was doing since his departure. He noted that he learned the dark arts to resurrect the dead. Strowman had heard enough and made his way out to the ring.

The anger of Wyatt was still there after his loss, but he revealed to Strowman that he went at it all wrong. He reminded him that he learned how to bring back the dead, leading to a scared look on the face of Braun Strowman for the first time in months. Then appeared the old videos of The Wyatt Family. The former version of both Wyatt and Strowman appeared on the screen before it cut to the resurrected, former version of Bray Wyatt. The leader of his family, cult, whatever you may call it. It was like going in a time machine as the former version of Wyatt talked to Strowman and reminded him that he was the one who created. And just as easily, he can destroy him. Wyatt told him all he has to do is “Follow The Buzzards”…

A phrase that Wyatt had left behind when taking on the character of the Firefly Fun House, some may believe this is the beginning of more between these two. And there is no promise that the former version of Bray Wyatt can defeat Strowman. Of course, Wyatt does have one more version of himself up his sleeve. It’s only a matter of time until we learn if “The Fiend” will be needed, or the follower of Sister Abigail will be enough. And if he can revive the dead, who knows who else could show up?

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