Backstage Details On What Vince McMahon Loved About The Firefly Fun House
One of the most surreal matches ever hosted in WWE, is the Firefly Fun House match. The match saw Bray Wyatt take John Cena on a journey through different times and different stages of his career. It was eye opening and was amazing. It even featured the puppet of Mr McMahon, taking a shot at those comments saying that he had said “It’s good sh*t” in production meetings. Apparently, Mr McMahon loved the line and it was approved by him.
“When the segment was edited and Vince McMahon saw it, I’m told he loved it and the “It’s good sh*t” line was approved by him when it was suggested.”Wrestlingnews.co‘s Paul Davis
The match was apparently produced by the crew in Stanford, Connecticut and the props were used from the nearby company headquarters. While others had a lot of ideas, most of the ideas for the match came from Bray Wyatt himself.
“The Firefly Fun House segment was produced by the WWE crew in Stamford, CT and the props used came from the warehouse near the company headquarters. I was told that while others had ideas, a lot of the creative input came from Wyatt. The Boneyard Match was produced by the NXT crew in Orlando, Florida.”Wrestlingnews.co‘s Paul Davis