RETRIBUTION have issued a warning to the entire WWE roster and their act seems to have awoken ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt.
On Sunday evening, RETRIBUTION member, T-Bar – formerly Dominik Dijakovic – tweeted a warning to every WWE Superstar. The message read:
“No @WWE Superstar is safe. You’re all dead. #RETRIBUTION”
No @WWE Superstar is safe.
You’re all dead. #RETRIBUTION
— T-BAR (@TBARRetribution) October 18, 2020
Originally, the caution went unheralded until one fan took it upon himself to tag Bray Wyatt in the post and then all hell broke loose in an intriguing exchange of words.
Taking the deterrent as a challenge, Wyatt took to Twitter to respond to T-Bar by simply stating that he was already dead. However, events took a dark turn when the former NXT talent suddenly posted a picture of Alexa Bliss and replied:
Before ‘The Fiend’ could answer though, the woman in question jumped into the conversation and asked T-Bar if he dare find out followed by the hashtag, ‘Let Him In’.
With a special edition of the Firefly Funhouse scheduled for tonight’s season premier of Raw on the USA Network, it will be intriguing to see if this was just something to pass the time on social media or if indeed it was the beginning of something bigger.
‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt and Alexa Bliss vs. RETRIBUTION could have money written all over it should WWE choose to go down that avenue with all talent involved officially drafted to the red brand.
On last week’s edition on Monday Night Raw, ‘The Fiend’ and his new muse were last seen delivering stereo Sister Abigails to Andrade and Zelina Vega to send both on their way.
RETRIBUTION on the other hand were nowhere to be seen after it had been advertised that leader Mustafa Ali would appear to explain why he formed the renegade faction. Ali took to social media following last week’s episode to express his thoughts on the segment that never happened.
Inside the Ropes will have live coverage of the season premier of Monday Night Raw, including any and all stories that come from ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt and RETRIBUTION.