The identity of the cameraman attacked by Bray Wyatt on SmackDown is revealed

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During this Friday’s broadcast of SmackDown, we witnessed a segment on television with Bray Wyatt, in which the character had a mental breakdown and decided to attack the cameraman, leaving him lying with a mandibular claw. However, several fans were left with the question of who was the character behind the camera.

After the show this Friday on SmackDown, it was revealed that the identity of the cameraman attacked by Bray Wyatt is about JT Energy, a professional wrestler, who has been in the business for six years and who has been trained by Seth Rollins.

JT Energy’s character has taken advantage of this short appearance on SmackDown to give a message to his followers on Twitter.

“I may never be the same again after being attacked by Bray Wyatt on Smackdown.”

This segment with Bray Wyatt is part of WWE’s plan to bring back the company’s famous character, being careful not to overexpose him on television and developing his story slowly. Furthermore, not only has he shown a more human side to Wyatt, but he has also attracted a mysterious companion named Uncle Howdy with him.

Dancer identity from past SmackDown main event match

Likewise, the identity of the dancer who appeared in the team fight that pitted Ricochet and Braun Strowman against Ludwig Kaiser and Giovanni Vinci of the Imperium faction, in a street fight in the style of the Miracle of 34th Street, was revealed. The woman who played this role was Ashley D’Amboise, who is also an in-ring competitor in Maria Kanellis’ Women’s Wrestling Army promotion.

Below is the video of the Bray Wyatt segment on the most recent SmackDown:

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