Bray Wyatt's Firefly Funhouse aired during Raw once again this week. However, how the segment ended should have the whole roster worried.
Bray Wyatt's Firefly Funhouse has been one of the most entertaining things about WWE for the last couple of months. It has had fans split while letting The Eater Of Worlds showcase his creativity in a way he hasn't previously been allowed to do. Some fans think it's hokey, while others find it intriguing.
Regardless of what side of the fence you fall on, almost everyone has to be wondering where exactly this is all going. There is a new Firefly Funhouse segment every single week. However, it is currently anyone's guess how those segments will transfer to in-ring competition. WWE may not know the answer to that themselves. However, judging by the latest installment of the creepy kids show, we are about to find out.
The edition of Firefly Funhouse that aired on Raw this week was unlike any other. While the overarching theme has been Wyatt trying to battle his alter ego, this time it seems as if that alter ego won out. The quickly cut together images during the closing stages of the segment actually had us thinking Wyatt was about to manifest in the ring.
That didn't happen. Instead, Wyatt complete with evil clown mask flickered and then disappeared from the screen. That's how this week's Firefly Funhouse finished. We're assuming that means the evil version of Wyatt has escaped the safety of the Funhouse. The former WWE Champion says earlier in the segment that he built the Funhouse because he knows what it feels like to be different.
As well as the episode ending with evil Wyatt disappearing, it also ended without the familiar and catchy Firefly Funhouse jingle. We might be wrong about this, but if memory serves us correctly, this is the only episode that hasn't ended with the jingle. We will likely see the segment again on SmackDown Live tonight. However, after that, who knows where Wyatt will pop up next? Perhaps he will make an appearance at Stomping Grounds this Sunday.