WWE Legend Wants FireFly Fun House Match With Bray Wyatt, Corey Graves Considered Following In Edge’s Footsteps

The first-ever FireFly Fun House match took place back at WrestleMania and saw Bray Wyatt come out on top in a match against John Cena. The match was easily one of the highlights of the show and now it’s believed that this could become Wyatt’s own unique match and could challenge people inside the Fun House in the future.

One man who has already thrown his name in the hat is The Big Show, who recently lost a WWE Championship match to Drew McIntyre, but also debuted his new show on Netflix.

Big Show spoke to Metro following his WrestleMania Championship match and revealed that he would definitely be up for having his mind picked apart by Bray Wyatt.

“For that to come full circle and tell that story, and take the fans on this incredible journey of what might have been, of what could be, and John Cena to basically go through hell and live his worst nightmare – it showed his talent and dedication. ‘It was great for Bray. I think it opened a door to be more entertaining in so many different ways. I know I would sign up for the same kind of programme if I was working with Bray Wyatt!”

“I would definitely sign up to have my mind picked apart! I think it would be very entertaining to go through that and do that tortured perspective of trying to convey the hurt, pain, and frustration!”

One man who won’t be stepping up to Bray Wyatt is WWE commentator Corey Graves, the former NXT Tag Team Champion but he was forced to walk away from the ring back in 2014 because of concussion-related issues. Edge appeared on Graves’ After The Bell Podcast this week and The Savior of Misbehavior revealed that Edge’s recent 24 documentary inspired him to look back into whether or not he can return to the ring.

“Watching it, honestly, man, it was inspiring,” Graves told Edge. “I would say at two or three different points I went, ‘Man, I live in Pittsburgh now. I should go find Dr. Maroon.’ It just gave me that urge to do this all over again, and I don’t know whether or not that’s a possibility, but the thought was planted in my brain for quite some time.”