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Every Wrestler Who Defeated Bray Wyatt In A Singles PPV Match

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Every Wrestler Who Defeated Bray Wyatt In A Singles PPV Match

 Throughout his career, Bray Wyatt has gone through a number of character transformations. The Fiend, who has since been rebranded as Wyatt, was the head of the Wyatt Family and has won two Universal Championships. Wyatt has won the Raw and SmackDown Tag Team Championships and is a former individual WWE Champion.

Throughout his career, Bray Wyatt has gone through a number of character transformations. The Fiend, who has since been rebranded as Wyatt, was the head of the Wyatt Family and has won two Universal Championships. Wyatt has won the Raw and SmackDown Tag Team Championships and is a former individual WWE Champion.

Wyatt’s booking has been a source of controversy throughout his time with WWE. Every time he appeared to gain momentum, he would experience a setback and a discouraging loss. Nevertheless, Wyatt has fallen short in one-on-one pay-per-view matchups to the greatest in the business.

John Cena

Bray Wyatt and John Cena engaged in a public conflict that had the potential to significantly derail the Eater of Worlds. At WrestleMania 30, they faced up, and despite Wyatt’s heroic efforts, Cena prevailed over Wyatt.

At Extreme Rules, they fought again, and Wyatt evened the score in their conflict. At Payback, Cena and Wyatt squared off in a Last Man Standing match. With assistance from The Usos, who defended against the other two Wyatt Family members, Cena prevailed over Wyatt.

Chris Jericho

At Battleground 2014, Bray Wyatt engaged in a conflict with Chris Jericho as the major feuds continued coming for him. They engaged in a back-and-forth battle, and Y2J was known for winning over other performers.

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Luke Harper and Erick Rowan were ordered back to the locker room, leaving Wyatt to take on Jericho alone. Wyatt had a chance to win, but the seasoned professional won because to his unique Codebreaker.

The Undertaker

At WrestleMania 31, the penultimate match of the evening featured a confrontation between Bray Wyatt and The Undertaker. The Demon of Death Valley wanted to make amends for losing the streak to Brock Lesnar the previous year. Unfortunately, Wyatt hurt his ankle, so this match fell short of expectations.

Although Wyatt managed to kick out of the Tombstone execution, The Eater of Worlds was still able to maintain control of the situation. But the Phenom only needed a second Tombstone to finish the job.

Roman Reigns

At the 2015 edition of Hell in a Cell, Bray Wyatt made his professional debut in a Hell in a Cell match against Roman Reigns. The Big Dog was knocked through a table by Wyatt during their hard-hitting match, which was as predicted.

The Big Dog reacted by using a powerbomb to drive Wyatt into a table. Sister Abigail and Wyatt nearly finished off Reigns, but Reigns kicked out. Reigns ultimately defeated Wyatt with a spear, which was all it took.

Kane

Backlash 2016 was set to include a match between Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton, however due to Wyatt’s assault on Orton earlier in the night, it didn’t happen. But in a No Holds Barred match, Wyatt competed against the previous two-time World Champion Kane.

It should come as no surprise that this fight was rough, with both men throwing everything they had at one another. Even though Wyatt managed to escape a Chokeslam, Orton still managed to pin him with an RKO, and Kane was able to win the match with a second Chokeslam from the Devil’s Favorite Demon.

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Finn Balor

In his “Demon King” persona, Finn Balor faced off against Bray Wyatt at SummerSlam 2017. It was expected that a match between two previous World Champions would be successful, however it was a complete flop.

They were able to perform considerably better, and Balor defeated Wyatt with his patented Coup de Grace. It was uncommon for someone to defeat Wyatt twice in a singles battle on pay-per-view, but Balor did so in their second rematch at No Mercy, which took place a month later.

Matt Hardy

In 2018, Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy will win the Raw Tag Team Championships, but before that, they were adversaries. They faced up in the Elimination Chamber, with Wyatt clearly the favourite to win.

The fans’ attention was drawn to a beach ball that was in the crowd during the game. The crowd was obviously uninterested, and “Rusev Day” chants echoed around the arena. Back in the ring, Wyatt attempted to attack Sister Abigail, but Matt fought off the attack, and with a twist of fate, he unexpectedly defeated Wyatt.

Goldberg

In his Fiend persona, Bray Wyatt was relishing his first reign as Universal Champion. That is, up until Goldberg confronted him at Super ShowDown 2020. The WWE Hall of Famer engaged The Fiend in combat and successfully speared him four times.

The Fiend shown his tenacity by refusing to remain on the ground. But Goldberg used a terrible Jackhammer to clinch his second stint as Universal Champion. The Fiend suffered an unexpected defeat in a brief encounter, and the result left the audience with very little to cheer about.

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Braun Strowman

Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman’s Universal Championship match at Money in the Bank 2020 took place behind closed doors, and unfortunately, the Covid-19 pandemic occurred, which didn’t help. Wyatt wore his Firefly Funhouse instead of his customary in-ring attire.

Wyatt struck his former stablemate with Sister Abigail, but Strowman ejected Wyatt. Strowman was wearing the black mask from his Wyatt Family days, giving the impression that he and Wyatt had reconciled. With a running powerslam, the Monster Among Men successfully pulled off a deception to win back the Universal Championship.

Randy Orton

Given that Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton are two excellent wrestlers, the feud between them should have been epic, but it fell short. At WrestleMania 33, Orton challenged Wyatt for the WWE Championship after winning the 2017 Royal Rumble match.

Wyatt’s tenure as the WWE Champion was terminated by Orton, who then began his 13th World Championship reign. They picked up where they left off toward the end of 2020, and at TLC, Orton defeated Wyatt in a Firefly Inferno match. Orton eventually prevailed over Wyatt at WrestleMania 37, becoming the first person to triumph over Wyatt in three one-on-one pay-per-view matches.

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