Bray Wyatt has been one of the mainstays of Friday Night Smackdown ever since he came back last year at Extreme Rules. In fact, he brought back one of his older gimmick for this week’s Smackdown, as a result of which he started trending on social media.

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This week’s SmackDown featured a segment between Bray Wyatt and LA Knight. The former Max Dupri kicked off the segment by raising doubts about Bray Wyatt’s mental stability, referencing Wyatt’s recent confession of being the infamous Uncle Howdy, despite previously denying any involvement. Knight went on to label Wyatt as “insane” and accused him of “milking his past success for financial gain.” He then declared his intention to defeat Wyatt in their upcoming Pitch Black Match at the Royal Rumble live event.

After his initial promo, LA Knight quickly defeated Glenn Jones in a match. However, Bray Wyatt then brought back the Firefly Fun House for the first time in two years, starting with a surprise appearance from Mercy the Buzzard, followed by all of Wyatt’s former puppets. Wyatt greeted his fans warmly, expressing his excitement to be back with his friends again.


Ramblin’ Rabbit then mocked Knight, suggesting they invite him to the Fun House and looking forward to the upcoming Pitch Black Match against him. As Wyatt and Ramblin’ Rabbit continued to talk, the cameras cut to Uncle Howdy laughing and saying “I told you so” and “All you needed was a little push!”

The segment ended with Bray Wyatt appearing to embrace Uncle Howdy’s words, warning Knight that he had “opened the door” to the Fun House and whatever comes through it is now his problem. Wyatt concluded by saying he’ll see him at the Royal Rumble, before wishing him a “Nice day!”

Bray Wyatt’s return of the Firefly Fun House has caused a stir on social media, with fans speculating about the possibility of him bringing back “The Fiend” gimmick at the Royal Rumble and they let that be known on social media. The excitement has been escalating with the idea of Wyatt alternating between his different personas during the first-ever Pitch Black Match. This has caused the hashtag “The Fiend” to trend on social media platforms.

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