If you thought we were done with WWE being ridiculous with this Randy Orton/Bray Wyatt/Alexa Bliss story, boy do I have some news for you.
WWE Champion Drew McIntyre was supposed to wrestle Randy Orton in a non-title match in the main event of this week’s episode of Monday Night Raw. That was cancelled when news broke that McIntyre tested positive for COVID-19. WWE decided to break out the big guns in response, bringing in Triple H to not only appear but wrestle his first match in well over a year.
That “match” lasted all of four minutes before the lights started going down, the way they do when The Fiend is about to make his presence felt. Then, the sledgehammer Triple H was holding at the time was suddenly on fire.
Then the lights went out completely and he was just gone.
When they came up, Alexa Bliss was in the corner on the other side of the ring, left alone with Orton. She proceeded to do this:
Quick recap: Orton burned Wyatt alive at TLC, Bliss demanded he do the same to her, he didn’t, she left for a week, then came back this week and maybe blinded Orton in response. Triple H’s whereabouts are currently unknown.