Bruce Prichard has praised the efforts of the late Bray Wyatt for being able to get bizarre ideas such as the Firefly Fun House ‘over’ during his time with WWE.
During a recent edition of his “Something to Wrestle” podcast, Prichard recalled working with Wyatt on ideas such as the Firefly Fun House, which many backstage didn’t understand. He said,
“There were a lot more that were looking at us going, ‘What in the f*** is this?’ I’m back and new and I’m just begging, ‘Just go with it, try it.’ We were given a lot of leeway.”
Speaking about fans struggling to decipher the meaning of the Firefly Fun House segments, Prichard argued that was the point of the production. He said,
“That was the point: you weren’t supposed to get it. You were supposed to sit back, enjoy it, and go along for a ride. And it took you on a ride. Kudos to Bray for being able to pull that off and continue to pull that off in a way that kept people captivated for a long time.”
Wyatt died last month at the age of 36 of a heart attack with countless tributes being made to the former Universal Champion.