Here are a couple of guys in which the question of "what's next?" seems appropriate. Bray Wyatt made his return on last night's Raw to no fanfare and lost in a flukey style to Jason Jordan. Jason Jordan, on the other hand, is "injured" in a post match attack that results in him being kicked off the Survivor Series team in rather spectacular fashion by Triple H, who has taken his place, via a Pedigree. As for poor Bray Wyatt, he's probably lower now than he's ever been though the virus he caught may have been a blessing in disguise if it means we won't be seeing him portray Sister Abigail. I don't think any of us were looking forward to that and I'm guessing that the remainder of Wyatt's program with Finn Balor has been scrapped, given that it'll soon be time for Balor's build to his match with Brock Lesnar to start and that Wyatt lost last night. As for what's next for Brother Bray, my guess is that he ultimately stays on the path of being the guy who elevates others on their way up the card. When it comes to Jason Jordan, I think we may have seen the beginning of a heel turn for him last night that leads to a program with Kurt Angle in a "father vs. son" type of deal. Not only did Angle stand by while Triple H kicked him off the team, he stood there while Triple H nailed him with the Pedigree on his way out of the ring. Jordan displayed good emotion during his exchange with Angle in the promo and it was a positive step for him overall; Jordan has all the physical tools in the world to be a significant player so if he's able to show more personality via a heel turn, then I'm all for it. If this is the plan, I'm hoping that they don't try to rush into things too quickly, they haven't thus far and it's proven to be a really good decision, and if the plan is to have a program with Angle at WrestleMania, at least it'd be a part timer against a young, fresh talent with something to gain from being in the program.