Bray Wyatt has broken his silence following his attack on Alexa Bliss.
As seen on this week’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown in Orlando, Florida at the WWE Performance Center on FOX, the main event saw Bayley successfully retain the SmackDown Women’s Title over Nikki Cross.
Post-match, Bliss went to console Cross but Cross shoved her and then walked away. This led to Bray Wyatt, who was portraying his Fiend character, appearing to apply the Mandible Claw on Bliss as the show went off the air.
WWE Superstar Alexa Bliss, (right) trying to comfort her tag team partner Nicki Gross after she had lost a Smackdown championship match to Bayley
The belief is that this angle was done as a way to play off Bliss’ appearance in the Wyatt Swamp Fight at the WWE E...
Fans of pro wrestling are used to wacky gimmicks such as "Dog Collar match" or "casket match," but a gimmick for Sunday's latest WWE pay-per-view, "Extreme Rules: Horror Show" was one for the books: "Eye for an Eye match."
The match, pitting Rey Mysterio vs. Seth Rollins was billed as ending only when one competitor successfully pulled out the other competitor's eye. And, since a gimmick match is usually used to increase interest in a PPV, it worked, as a lot of fans were wondering how they were going to successfully pull this off. We'll see soon whether it caused more people to order WWE network and watch the match, which is the ultimate goal.
On Sunday, Rollins defeated Mysterio when he used the corner of the ring steps to pop Mysterio's right eye out of its socket. Now, relax Mys...