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“The Fiend” Bray Wyatt def. John Cena in a Firefly Fun House Match

“The Fiend” Bray Wyatt def. John Cena in a Firefly Fun House Match

ORLANDO, Fla.“The Fiend” Bray Wyatt promised to entrap John Cena in a “world of madness and mayhem” at WrestleMania 36, but even that foreboding message couldn’t prepare The Cenation Leader for the paranormal experience that was WWE’s first-ever Firefly Fun House Match.

In this ultimate battle of good versus evil, evil won out. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt stood tall, and Cena, in his 15th match at The Grandest Stage of Them All, was downed. Yet, the result doesn’t begin to address the otherworldly journey that preceded it.

Inside the Firefly Fun House, Wyatt prepared onlookers for “another world that exists beyond our comprehension” and vowed that Cena was about to face his toughest opponent yet: himself.

Wyatt vanished and Cena was instantly transported into the Firefly Fun House, where Rambling Rabbit directed him through a door, but “portal” might be a more apt description.

Wyatt takes Cena on twisted journey: WrestleMania 36 (WWE Network Exclusive)

“The Fiend” Bray Wyatt takes John Cena on a twisted journey during a bizarre Firefly Fun House Match. Catch WWE action on WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

Cena entered, and what followed was a haunting, transcendental, era-jumping trip through Cena’s career and beyond.

Cena and Wyatt teleported from Cena’s Ruthless Aggression debut (where Wyatt channeled Cena’s first opponent, Kurt Angle), to the set of Saturday Night’s Main Event (where Wyatt introduced Cena as his tag team partner “Johnny Largemeat,” a frantically dumbbell-curling caricature of 1980s Superstars).

At every turn, Wyatt taunted Cena, reminding him of his perceived flaws and failures. When Cena appeared decked out in full Doctor of Thuganomics mode, Wyatt characterized the 16-time World Champion as a “bully” and WWE’s “golden goose.” After Wyatt recounted his own “grandest failure” — his WrestleMania 30 loss to Cena — he offered Cena a steel chair and implored him to use it, just as he had done six years ago in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Yet, When Cena swung the chair, Bray vanished, reappearing moments later on the set of WCW Nitro.

Now portraying Eric Bischoff, Wyatt introduced “the coolest guy who ever walked the earth,” and Cena entered the scene in a New World Order black-and-white T-shirt, strumming a spray-painted WCW Title like Hollywood Hogan in the late 1990s.

When the psychological warfare became almost too much to bear, Cena finally took down Wyatt, but instead of The Eater of Worlds, Cena found himself pummeling Huskus the Pig Boy.

Finally, “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt appeared behind Cena, hit Sister Abigail and sank in the Mandible Claw while Bray Wyatt — somehow — appeared to count the three.

It was eerie, it was deranged and it all but guaranteed that any Superstar in his right mind won’t ever accept another invitation into the Firefly Fun House.

ORLANDO, Fla.“The Fiend” Bray Wyatt promised to entrap John Cena in a “world of madness and mayhem” at WrestleMania 36, but even that foreboding message couldn’t prepare The Cenation Leader for the paranormal experience that was WWE’s first-ever Firefly Fun House Match.

In this ultimate battle of good versus evil, evil won out. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt stood tall, and Cena, in his 15th match at The Grandest Stage of Them All, was downed. Yet, the result doesn’t begin to address the otherworldly journey that preceded it.

Inside the Firefly Fun House, Wyatt prepared onlookers for “another world that exists beyond our comprehension” and vowed that Cena was about to face his toughest opponent yet: himself.

Wyatt vanished and Cena was instantly transported into the Firefly Fun House, where Rambling Rabbit directed him through a door, but “portal” might be a more apt description.

Wyatt takes Cena on twisted journey: WrestleMania 36 (WWE Network Exclusive)

“The Fiend” Bray Wyatt takes John Cena on a twisted journey during a bizarre Firefly Fun House Match. Catch WWE action on WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

Cena entered, and what followed was a haunting, transcendental, era-jumping trip through Cena’s career and beyond.

Cena and Wyatt teleported from Cena’s Ruthless Aggression debut (where Wyatt channeled Cena’s first opponent, Kurt Angle), to the set of Saturday Night’s Main Event (where Wyatt introduced Cena as his tag team partner “Johnny Largemeat,” a frantically dumbbell-curling caricature of 1980s Superstars).

At every turn, Wyatt taunted Cena, reminding him of his perceived flaws and failures. When Cena appeared decked out in full Doctor of Thuganomics mode, Wyatt characterized the 16-time World Champion as a “bully” and WWE’s “golden goose.” After Wyatt recounted his own “grandest failure” — his WrestleMania 30 loss to Cena — he offered Cena a steel chair and implored him to use it, just as he had done six years ago in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Yet, When Cena swung the chair, Bray vanished, reappearing moments later on the set of WCW Nitro.

Now portraying Eric Bischoff, Wyatt introduced “the coolest guy who ever walked the earth,” and Cena entered the scene in a New World Order black-and-white T-shirt, strumming a spray-painted WCW Title like Hollywood Hogan in the late 1990s.

When the psychological warfare became almost too much to bear, Cena finally took down Wyatt, but instead of The Eater of Worlds, Cena found himself pummeling Huskus the Pig Boy.

Finally, “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt appeared behind Cena, hit Sister Abigail and sank in the Mandible Claw while Bray Wyatt — somehow — appeared to count the three.

It was eerie, it was deranged and it all but guaranteed that any Superstar in his right mind won’t ever accept another invitation into the Firefly Fun House.