What did Vince McMahon think of the ‘Wyatt Swamp Fight’? The main event of the Horror show at Extreme Rules has divided opinions in the middle.
The Wyatt Swamp fight was the only cinematic match at Extreme Rules despite there being rumours of at least one more cinematic match. Despite earning rave reviews, the match however, has also received its share of criticism.
The fight was an exhibition of Bray Wyatt’s ability to take his opponents to a place they fear most; their minds. Like John Cena, Braun Strowman was hit with all his demons from the past before Wyatt finally introduced in this feud what Strowman should fear now in the present; the ‘Fiend’.
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Many however, feel like the match did not have enough wrestling with a large portion of the match spent on dialogue between Wyatt and Strowman. Regardless, of how one feels about it, it is still one of the most talked aspects of the pay per view.
While that should please Vince McMahon as a businessman, what did he think of the match as a booker?
What did Vince McMahon think of the ‘Wyatt Swamp Fight’?
According to reports, while Bray Wyatt was actively involved, Vince McMahon had no role to play in the filming of the ‘Wyatt Swamp Fight’. The WWE CEO, who is notorious for reject ideas and plans that he didn’t think of, reportedly loved the match according to Tom Colohue.
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While there was no official winner of the match. It ended with the Fiend coming out on top. It is likely that this feud will carry over to SummerSlam with the Universal Title on the line. Maybe the fans will finally get the much-anticipated Braun Strowman vs The Fiend at the biggest party of the summer; SummerSlam.
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