Bray Wyatt was released from WWE back in July and it truly shocked everyone in the pro wrestling industry. Jim Ross even previously stated that Wyatt’s release from WWE proved that the company has bad management. Several people simply couldn’t understand why he was even released.

Fans protested against his release as ‘We Want Wyatt’ chants broke out on Monday Night RAW and even made a ruckus during SummerSlam back in August. Many fans also wondered whether Bray Wyatt will be making his way to AEW after this release from the company.

As fans are aware, tattoo artist Kyle A. Scarborough is one of the few people responsible for the creation of The Fiend’s mask. The Firefly Fun House always portrayed different sides of Bray Wyatt’s character.

It included puppets such as Mercy the Buzzard, Huskus the Pig Boy, Abby the Witch, and Ramblin’ Rabbit, among others. It seems Bray Wyatt had huge plans for the puppets.


Scarborough took to Twitter and revealed that Bray Wyatt wanted to play the live action roles of the aforementioned puppets. However, the plans were ultimately nixed.

Fun Fact: the WWE wanted to bring the #FireflyFunHouse alive, but @Windham6 would only do it if he played the characters himself. Only one was mocked up, and this would’ve been the concept for FFH Huskus. It was hinted, but ultimately shelved. #TheFiend #BrayWyatt

Bray Wyatt’s creative genius was ultimately squandered in WWE according to many fans. Bray Wyatt also recently stated that fans will be seeing him very soon. We will have to wait and see if Wyatt truly will make his way to AEW or not in the future as fans would love to see him there.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet is a professional wrestling fan for over 22 years. He got captivated by the sport during the Monday Night Wars and has a passion for it ever since. He also enjoys TV shows, movies, anime, novels and music, which broadens his perspective and appreciation for wrestling. He is a knowledgeable and respected voice in the industry.

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