This week's episode of Monday Night Raw marked one of the most destructive endings in recent memory, where Seth Rollins attacked Bray Wyatt before lighting his Firefly Fun House on fire.
It was an interesting booking choice by WWE, to say the least, since the two superstars are on different brands now. Wyatt was moved over to SmackDown on the first day of the draft last Friday, while Rollins will be sticking around on Raw.
After Rollins destroyed Wyatt's Fun House, the Universal Champion took to Twitter and simply suggested that he didn't have another choice.
What choice did I have?— Seth Rollins (@WWERollins) October 15, 2019
The Firefly Fun House was one of the key segments on WWE programming, and it was instrumental in helping Wyatt reinvent himself. So why would WWE have Rollins destroy his piece of art?
Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio (h/t Ringside News), thinks this is WWE's "way of writing it off." Meltzer added that he was "surprised" by this move - while adding that it appears as though SmackDown simply doesn't want the Firefly Fun House segment on their shown.
Interestingly, this isn't how Raw ended in Denver, Colorado. A fan in attendance posted a video of Rollins and Wyatt squaring off after the show went off air. Rollins won the match via disqualification.
Rollins and Wyatt will square off at Crown Jewel on Oct. 31 in a falls count anywhere match, with the Universal Championship on the line. Now that the two superstars are on opposite brands, it's more than likely that Rollins will retain the title.
This feud between "The Fiend" and The Architect has been one of the top WWE storylines for 2019. But it appears as though the short but sweet feud is coming to and end now. We'll find out soon enough if Wyatt will avenge the destruction of his Fun House.
Rollins vs. Wyatt Is Setting Up For An Excellent Finish
It's a shame that the Rollins vs. Wyatt feud is likely coming to an end soon. The two superstars have provided so many entertaining chapters over the past few weeks, and this is the sort of main event rivalry that fans have been waiting for. But all good things must come to an end, and that includes one of the WWE's best storylines of the past 10 years.