5 WWE Superstars who could join Bray Wyatt in the Firefly Fun House
One of the most surprising WWE moments of 2019 so far came on the April 22 episode of Raw when Bray Wyatt returned to our screens for the first time since he split from former tag partner Matt Hardy in August 2018.
Between 2013-2018, the former WWE champion portrayed a villainous cult leader who often relied upon members of The Wyatt Family (Luke Harper and Erick Rowan, and later Braun Strowman and Randy Orton) to work alongside him and carry out his demands.
Known as “The Eater of Worlds”, Wyatt’s character began to change in March 2018 when he was thrown into the Lake of Reincarnation during his Ultimate Deletion match against Hardy on Raw. After re-emerging from the lake, he formed an unusual babyface alliance with his rival and the two went on to be known as “The Deleters of Worlds”.
Eight months on from the end of their run together as a tag team, Wyatt’s character underwent another transformation on this week’s Raw when he appeared in a bizarre segment towards the end of the episode.
The evil cult leader gimmick was gone, as was the “Deleters of Worlds” version of Wyatt, and he returned as the host of what appeared to be a children’s television show, “Firefly Fun House”, alongside two toy sidekicks going by the names of Mercy The Buzzard and Pammy The Witch.
The segment has been met with mixed reviews from fans on social media, with some loving its bizarreness and others wondering why Wyatt has undergone such a drastic character change. Either way, it has gotten people talking, and these kinds of segments seem like the perfect setting for the former Wyatt Family leader to interact with his fellow Superstars.
With that in mind, let’s take a look at five Superstars who could join in with the fun and games by visiting Wyatt in his Firefly Fun House.
#5 Bo Dallas
In WWE’s storylines, Bo Dallas is the over-the-top former NXT champion who has struggled for television time since his Raw Tag Team title reign with fellow B-Team member Curtis Axel came to an end in the summer of 2018. In reality, however, Dallas is Bray Wyatt’s real-life brother.
The two men briefly met in a WWE ring last year during the Deleters of Worlds vs. B-Team rivalry on Raw, but their contrasting characters have hardly interacted during their six years together on WWE’s main roster.
As part of Wyatt’s new reformed character, perhaps he could bring some reality to his storylines by introducing his actual brother, as opposed to his Wyatt Family “brothers”, as one of his new allies.