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Bray didn’t let being burned alive stop him from tweeting about his next move

Death’s-head hawkmoth (Acherontia atropos)... Photo by DeAgostini/Getty Images

WWE succeeded in getting people talking with the end of TLC last night (Dec. 20). Seeing even a clearly fake body burned to a crisp will do that.

But seeing as, whether you loved or hated the end of Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton’s Firefly Inferno match, everyone knows Orton didn’t actual murder Bray... why should The Fiend’s alter ego wait to start teasing his next move.

Or should we say his next metamorphosis? That’s got to be what the moth cocoon he tweeted minutes after last night’s PPV means, right?

The picture, and the message, fits with Wyatt’s been posting since WWE announced the stipulation for his latest showdown with The Viper. It helps to explain the loss as something Bray actually wanted to happen, because it would bring his program with Orton full circle (thus the red circle icon on all these tweets) and trigger another rebirth.

Firefly Fun Fact: The creature in the image Bray tweeted Sunday morning is a caterpillar which transforms into something called a death’s-head hawkmoth (pictured in the header image). Yowie Wowie!

So the question isn’t if Wyatt is coming back, but what form he’ll take when he does. And will he still be looking for closure from Randy? Or will Edge be back by then to resume his program with the Legend Killer, forcing the reincarnated Fiend to target someone else?

Speculate away in the comments below, Cagesiders.

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