Randy Orton's partner in crime for much of 2017, Bray Wyatt really came into his own as WWE's worst performer in the year's second half - a period that has firmly established 'The Eater Of Worlds' as the promotion's most ghastly character.
Having already covered the Orton feud, let's shine a light on Wyatt's post-'Viper' horrors instead.
His brief rivalry with Seth Rollins was entirely uneventful, but Bray's next storyline was a perfect microcosm of everything wrong with his act. The Finn Balor story started with the rambling swamp wizard delivering his textbook 'cryptic' warnings. Wyatt actually won the first act, defeating the Irishman on Raw, then covering him with a gloopy blood-like substance, but reverted to type at SummerSlam. Bray lost in Brooklyn, then fell to Balor again at TLC, and was all set to battle his 'Demon' as Sister Abigail before illness struck, robbing us the sight of Wyatt wrestling in drag.
The former WWE Champion's promos are tedious and nonsensical, his matches are never anything better than average, and his supernatural powers lost their edge along time ago. In 2013, he was dangerous, edgy, and intoxicating: four years later, he's a hokey, babbling mess. Nobody's ever elevated through working with him, and his chronic losing habit shows no signs of easing up.
A caffeine-dependent life-form from the frozen wastes of north east Scotland. He once tried to start a revolution but didn't print enough pamphlets, so hardly anyone turned up. Give him a follow @andyhmurray. You'll have a great time. Maybe.