Bray Wyatt apologises to Jerry Lawler
- Jan-Jaap Abbink
Right now, Bray Wyatt’s Fiend persona is one of the most captivating components of WWE television.
Since reinventing himself as the chilling, eerie Fiend, Wyatt has brought a genuine sense of terror to WWE programming as he’s laid waste to Finn Balor and several Hall of Famers – most recently attacking Jerry Lawler last night and putting the Mandible Claw on The King.
Interestingly, Wyatt has now taken to Twitter to beg forgiveness from Lawler for his heinous actions.
What’s #Xibalba mean? Well, after doing some digging, it turns out that Xibalba translates as “place of fear” in the mythology of K’iche’ Maya.
This isn’t the first time that Wyatt has showed remorse for the actions of The Fiend, with the former WWE Champion having previously apologised to names like Mick Foley, Kurt Angle, John Cena and The Rock.
On a related note, WWE has now finally released the official entrance video for Wyatt’s Fiend persona - a video that is already closing in on 200,000 views in just a matter of hours.
What’s next for Bray Wyatt remains to be seen, but WWE has something special on their hands with The Fiend. Now it’s just a case of hoping that WWE doesn’t drop the ball on this fascinating character.