Orton will not defend his title against Wyatt, making it even tougher for Wyatt to bounce back - From CBSSports.com
Baseball FRANCHISE FOOTBALL Listen Live Early Trends, Thursday Recap, Week 5 Help Update: Before Payback began, Renee Young explained that the House of Horrors will be a no holds barred bout that begins in Bray Wyatt's "house of horrors" and finishes in the ring with a victory only possible by pinfall, submission or forfeiture.
PWInsider.com reports that the first half of the match is pre-recorded and could last as long as 10 minutes with the men eventually making their way to the arena in San Jose, California, via limosuine.
It's confusing enough that Orton, who defeated Wyatt for the WWE championship in their brief and disappointing WrestleMania match, will be competing on a Raw pay-per-view despite being staying with SmackDown after the recent "superstar shakeup." Wyatt, who the company moved to Raw, could have won the title, but WWE provided no clarity as to whether the strap would have gone with him to Monday nights.
Now we are supposed to believe that he's OK with not getting a mandatory title rematch, which has been given the majority of defeated champions in recent memory?
Wyatt being revealed at the end of Raw as the mystery partner for The Miz (are we really to believe he sent Miz a backstage note pitching his services?) and closing the go-home show with premeditated attacks on Chris Jericho and Dean Ambrose only made things more ridiculous.