‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt had teased that he may be in action this Sunday at WWE Hell in a Cell against RETRIBUTION member, T-BAR.
Though WWE have yet to make an official announcement on any match or segment featuring either Wyatt or RETRIBUTION, the dark side of the former Wyatt Family leader took to social media to once again carry on his rivalry with the renegade faction.
After T-BAR had posted a message especially for Bray which promised that there would be hell to pay and the group would have their RETRIBUTION against Wyatt – the world ‘hell’ was spelt in capital letters – Bray responded in his own unique way:
“Revenge is a nasty business”
He then followed the short tweet with a video from one year ago where he told Seth Rollins that he would see him in hell on an edition of The Firefly Funhouse.
You can see the pair’s latest Twitter interactions below:
Revenge is a nasty business. pic.twitter.com/5lHSUjDX2z
— Bray Wyatt (@WWEBrayWyatt) October 21, 2020
‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt and new cohort Alexa Bliss entered a feud with RETRIBUTION this past Monday on Raw after a social media spat in the days before.
Raw kicked off with RETRIBUTION surrounding ‘The Fiend’ and Bliss before the duo disappeared into the darkness, only to return at the culmination of a bout between the faction and The Hurt Business where Wyatt beat down everyone other than Mustafa Ali who escaped to higher ground.
WWE Hell in a Cell will air on the WWE Network on October 25. So far, the card shapes up like this:
- Drew McIntyre vs. Randy Orton – WWE Championship Match: Hell in a Cell
- Roman Reigns vs. Jey Uso – WWE Universal Championship Match: Hell In a Cell
- Bayley vs. Sasha Banks – WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship Match: Hell in a Cell
- Jeff Hardy vs. Elias
Inside the Ropes will have live coverage of WWE Hell in a Cell on October 25.