Bray Wyatt was drafted to SmackDown Live last week, but as it turns out, "The Fiend" is far from finished on Monday Night Raw.
This week, we saw Seth Rollins attack Wyatt before burning down his Firefly Fun House. Many believed that this was done as a way to essentially write Wyatt off of Raw for good, but that doesn't appear to be the case.
Wyatt is being advertised for not only SmackDown shows, but for every taping of Monday Night Raw (via WrestlingInc.com), in November. This includes a match against Rollins for the Universal Championship in a steel cage match on the Nov. 4 episode of Raw.
Rollins and Wyatt are also set to face off next week at the Crown Jewel pay-per-view, where The Architect will defend his Universal Championship in a falls count anywhere match. Indeed, their rivalry is far from over.
Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio speculated that the destruction of the Firefly Fun House was done as a way of "way of writing it off," and that it seemed like SmackDown no longer wanted the segment on their show.
But as it turns out, Raw has unfinished business with The Fiend, and they're not ready to move on from him just yet. And so, the cancellation of the WWE "wild card rule" isn't in full effect just yet. Not until Wyatt moves over to SmackDown for good.
Keeping Wyatt On Raw Is Best for Business
The Rollins-Wyatt rivalry is the best one in WWE right now, and now is not the time to end it. These two have displayed phenomenal working chemistry together, and with few suitable opponents for Rollins on Raw right now, it doesn't make sense to cut things short between he and Wyatt.