Who Made the Mask for “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt?

Bray Wyatt made a shocking and scary return to WWE with a new mask at Extreme Rules 15 months after he was fired last summer.

The former world champion was back with a new look. After weeks of building up the white rabbit, the Firefly Fun House characters Huskus the Pig, Mercy the Buzzard, Abby the Witch, Ramblin’ Rabbit, and The Fiend came to life around the arena.

After the main event, the lights went out and a creepy voice started singing “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands.” The crowd in Philadelphia went crazy, knowing what was coming.

But it’s safe to say that no one was ready for the creepy scenes that happened, which made everyone there angry at every turn.

With the singing adding a creepy soundtrack, the arena was lit up and full-size versions of Wyatt’s puppet friends appeared, along with a burned Fiend mask on the announce table.

It’s not clear yet what this has to do with the recent cryptic clues, but Bray walked through a door holding his old lantern from the Wyatt Family days and wearing a scary new mask. As the show ended, he took the mask off to reveal his face.

It’s a big change for Bray, and after months of rumours, he’s back in the wrestling business.

Callosum Studio, which is mostly made up of Jason Baker and Tom Savini, made the scary mask. They are also responsible for the different looks of Bray Wyatt’s new mask and the Firefly Funhouse characters in Extreme Rules.

Some of their famous clients include The Misfits, Slipknot, Lady Gaga, and many more. They also worked on the scary movie Black Phone, which is why Wyatt’s new mask looks a lot like the one in the movie.

After Randy Orton burned The Fiend to death at TLC 2020, he came back to action in March 2021. When the former Universal Champion came back, he was wearing a burned and scary-looking mask.

It turned out that the mask could get scarier. Kyle A. Scarborough, a tattoo artist, talked about the original idea for the mask and said that he thought his idea was going to be used. He did say, though, that the final mask was made by WWE’s own team.

Bray seems to have come back with a new mask, but his character is still dark and mysterious. With the possible addition of more Firefly Funhouse characters, it looks like fans will only get to see more dark work.

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