Bray Wyatt and his gang of puppet friends appeared on RAW last night, but the WWE Universe might be getting used to their gimmick at this point.
When the Firefly Fun House first broke into the scene fans clamored over each other to see this new incarnation of Wyatt. Now it seems like that intensity might have dwindled slightly.
Last night’s video of the Firefly Fun House received 251,000 views on YouTube in 12 hours. This still ranks it in the most-watched videos of the night, but it is nowhere close to Steve Austin’s post-RAW beer bash which has 1.6 million views.
The first Firefly Fun House segments did much bigger numbers. The Fiend’s reveal did over 1 million clicks in about as much time.
The Firefly Fun House seems to have changed a bit of presentation as well. It seems like he wasn’t on the actual Fun House set last night, but they had a wall that was about the same color.
All of the characters were in the same frame and the segment was also much more interwoven in WWE’s current stories. The fact that WWE had so many videos uploaded at once might have caused a lower hit count as well.
We will have to wait and see if the “11:19” on the alarm clock could be pointing toward The Undertaker. That could certainly spark more interest in future Firefly Fun House episodes.