Last night's Raw was a relatively quiet one for the Seth Rollins vs. Bray Wyatt feud, as it should have been following 'The Fiend's' move to SmackDown in the 2019 draft.
Though the Universal Champion promised to answer for his decision to burn the Firefly Fun House down last week, he offered Charly Caruso only a handful of meaningless clichés in their allotted interview slot, before wrestling former 205 Live man Humberto Carrillo in a solid little exhibition match. Wyatt was nowhere to be seen throughout the broadcast.
Per Twitter user @CarlosToro360, Raw's dark main event saw Rollins and 'The Fiend' go one-on-one for the Universal Championship in a steel cage match:-
The bout's conclusion saw Rollins triumph after crawling out the cage, having hit Wyatt with several Stomps. Bray rose to his feet afterwards, staring Seth down, before the lights cut out. They came back on to the sight of 'The Fiend' locking the Universal Champion in the Mandible Claw. Then, finally, the show closed with Wyatt stood in a spotlight, the arena lights flashing all around him.
Bray Wyatt and Seth Rollins will contest the Universal Championship at Crown Jewel on 31 October.
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