In a result that left many people a combination of confused, angry and upset, WWE decided to book Goldberg to defeat The Fiend at Super ShowDown in a Universal Championship match.
Many fans were unhappy with the fact that WWE ruined nearly a year of very good booking for The Fiend by having him defeated in convincing fashion by a part-timer.
However, it has since been reported that the original plans for the match had Goldberg being pinned by Bray Wyatt. However, had plans and Goldberg instead won the title for the second time in his career.
Taking to Twitter, Bray Wyatt has cryptically commented on losing the title in Saudi Arabia at the big show yesterday.
Life is a circle. No matter what beast you make of yourself or how bright one side is, inevitably the dark side comes again. But the beauty of the circle is, round we go.
— Windham (@Windham6) February 28, 2020
The Fiend appeared on SmackDown last night, turning his attentions to John Cena. The two former WWE Champions will go one-on-one at WrestleMania.
Do you think WWE made the right call by taking the Universal Championship away from The Fiend? Let us know in the comments
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