The Undertaker is the latest to weigh in on the Firefly Fun House Match, a match people are still talking about almost a week after it aired.
A strange segment, one that may never be re-produced, The Undertaker wasn’t totally sure what to make of it. But did say, for the time and the particular circumstances surrounding this year’s WrestleMania, it worked.
“It was different. To me… it was entertaining. It made you think. You know, and it puts you in that state like, ‘okay, where are they going and what are they going to do?’ Again, I think for the circumstances, I thought it worked. Can I give you all the nuances of it? No, because I wasn’t there and I don’t know. I don’t know what the whole psychology of it was. But for that for this Wrestlemania and you know, the things that the parameters that we had on us, I thought it worked and it was like, you didn’t take your eyes off of it because you were like, ‘what the hell’s coming next?’ Definitely not traditional. I don’t know if you’ll ever see another one or if you do. It would be it would probably different. But I don’t know, man. You know, sometimes you got to make chicken salad out of chicken shit.”
Whether or not WWE does this again is unclear, but there are already WWE Superstars who want to be involved, The Big Show being one of them. He was keenly interested in going through the process where Bray Wyatt picked at his mind.
For now, it appears Wyatt has his sights set on new Universal Champion Braun Strowman as the two began a program on last night’s SmackDown episode. It doesn’t appear a Firefly Fun House Match is in store but Strowman did say that he was willing to let Wyatt in.