Despite the popularity of The Fiend and his inability to be stopped, WWE has decided not to have him defend his championship at TLC. In fact, he won't be wrestling at all despite the fact his alter-ego has taken aim at and challenged The Miz.
Bray Wyatt was originally set to defend his Universal Championship against The Miz at the Nov. 30 show in Mexico City, but the former Intercontinental Champion will have to wait another day for an opportunity against The Fiend.
There are currently six matches on the card for Survivor Series, but some of the top WWE talents continue to await news on who their opponents will be.
Chris Jericho provided plenty of iconic moments during his tenure in WWE, but now that he's with the rival AEW promotion, Vince McMahon's company will certainly do all they can to avoid Y2J references.
WWE will be holding another draft last month, with the dates reportedly set for the Oct. 11 episode of SmackDown Live and Oct. 14 episode of Monday Night Raw.
The Miz will probably be remembered as one of the best heels of the modern wrestling era, but he's taken the most lessons from a man who's spent all of his career as a babyface.
A fan has collated statistics from the past ten years of WWE PPVs, and his findings make for some incredibly interesting reading.
The Miz recently recalled a time when Vince McMahon convinced him to dress up as The Rock to fool fans, and it worked.