R-Truth is in dire need of places to hide as 24/7 Champion, and Bray Wyatt has told him he's always welcome to lay low with him.
It might still have its critics, but personally, we are big fans of WWE's 24/7 Title. Yes, it's stupid and has been created for comedic effect, but once you accept that, the segments which revolve around it are easily enjoyed. Plus, the choice to put the title on R-Truth was clearly a stroke of genius, whether WWE realized that initially or not.
Despite Truth losing the title three times in the last two weeks, his periods without the championship have been short-lived. He won it back from Elias on the same show, didn't let Jinder Mahal hold it for long on the golf course, and pinned Elias underneath the ring on this week's SmackDown Live.
Although Truth has quickly become the master at knowing how to keep the 24/7 Title, and how to win it back, he is constantly under a lot of stress. The championship is on the line all hours of the day after all. Truth might well want to take up an offer Bray Wyatt made to him recently. The Eater Of Worlds wrote on Twitter "if you ever need a place to lay low for a bit, you’re always welcome here."
@RonKillings Hey buddy!— Bray Wyatt (@WWEBrayWyatt) June 5, 2019
If you ever need a place to lay low for a bit, you’re always welcome here!!
By "here," we're assuming Wyatt means his Firefly Funhouse. While we have seen a puppet version of Vince McMahon, no real people other than Wyatt have appeared on the creepy kid's show so far. Honestly, if we were to pick someone to make a cameo, it would probably be Truth. However, we wouldn't want Wyatt to win the title. Just to simply scare Truth away relatively quickly.
Not everyone will agree, but our two favorite things about WWE right now are the 24/7 Title and Firefly Funhouse. Combining them seems like a no brainer to us, even if it is only a brief encounter. What we don't want to see is Wyatt become 24/7 Champion. Well, unless he does so and keeps it locked within the confines of his Funhouse where other Superstars are too afraid to go.