The character of The Fiend Bray Wyatt is special for the WWE Universe who continues to bring twists and turns in WWE storylines. He was not present in-person for the episode of WWE RAW at the historic Madison Square Garden but did deliver a Firefly Funhouse segment. It had a special message hidden into it that could now produce a feud against none other than The Undertaker.
There were rumors all over the MSG episode that The Fiend Bray Wyatt will attack Stone Cold Steve Austin as he has been growing a nag of attacking WWE legends for weeks. So the clock also stuck at 3.16 spot hinting the same. But then Wyatt fixed the clock by hitting it with a hammer and the new time on the clock showed was 11:19. This was a legit indication that The Undertaker is the next one on The Fiend’s target list.
Officially, The Undertaker made his debut on November 22nd, 1990 (11/22) at Survivor Series PPV. But The Phenome made his actual first WWF appearance on November 19, 1990 (11/19) at WWF Superstars Of Wrestling TV taping. So the 11:19 spot has a significance. Also, Brad Shepard reported that WWE would like to do a segment featuring these two in an upcoming show. The Undertaker and The Fiend is likely to have a confrontation on SmackDown’s 20th-anniversary episode on October 4th (which will be SmackDown’s debut on FOX)
“Why didn’t they have the Fiend attacking The Undertaker on SmackDown Live? They kept them separate so they could continue to build. Right now the plan is for the confrontation to take place on the inaugural SmackDown on FOX.” Shepard commented.
There have also been rumors that The Fiend might be the one to be the last-ever opponent of The Undertaker at Wrestlemania 36. So this potential future face-off will now be used to start the storyline. With that being said, all eyes will be on Smackdown 20th anniversary show, next Friday.