WWE: Bray Wyatt to lead another popular stable?

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“The Eater Of Worlds” Bray Wyatt has now aligned with “WOKEN” Matt Hardy and it seems like the two are made for each other. Last week on RAW, the two picked up a victory against Titus Worldwide to advance in the Tag Team Eliminator match and things seem to be working out just fine.

Wyatt and Hardy look to capture the RAW Tag Team Titles very soon

According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, there are plans to have Bray Wyatt lead Sanity, a faction from NXT. The reported plans suggest that Wyatt will turn on Matt Hardy at some point down the line which will lead to the introduction of Sanity to the main roster.

Sanity consists of former TNA World Champion Eric Young, Alexander Wolfe, Killian Dain and Nikki Cross. The group have been former NXT Tag Team Champions and are very popular with the NXT Universe.

It seems like Sanity are set to make their debut on the main roster because they have been kept off NXT TV for quite some time despite their popularity. Speculations suggested that Sanity might make an appearance on either RAW or SmackDown after WrestleMania 34.

However, we didn’t see the faction make their debut this week. Perhaps they might show up on next week’s match between the team of Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt against The Revival to determine the number one contenders for the RAW Tag Team Championship. Or maybe we could even see them making a visit to the infamous Hardy Compound for another edition of Ultimate Deletion?

Either way, Sanity is a group that has greatness written all over it. With WWE once again giving importance to the spooky and twisted shenanigans of Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy, the faction from the yellow brand will fit in just fine.


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