Bray Wyatt feeds money to Vince McMahon puppet on WWE Raw's Firefly Fun House segment


Bray Wyatt fed money to a puppet Vince McMahon during the Firefly Fun House segment on this week's WWE Monday Night Raw.

Wyatt used the Firefly Fun House segment on this week's Raw to address the recent speculation regarding the match he'll have at Hell in a Cell on October 6.

Recent reports have stated The Fiend will face either Seth Rollins or Braun Strowman for the Universal Championship depending on who wins the title clash between the two at Clash of Champions.

During the Firefly Fun House segment, puppet Vince McMahon appeared and berated Wyatt for challenging either Rollins or Strowman to a match at Hell in a Cell next month.

Just as puppet Vince was ready to fire Wyatt from WWE, Wyatt pulled out a wad of cash which caught his attention and stopped him in his firing tracks.

Wyatt then fed a bill to puppet Vince which caused him to disappear before he continued with the segment.

WWE fans on social media couldn't stop talking about just how funny it was to see Wyatt feeding bills to puppet Vince.

One fan said: "Bray Wyatt feeding Vince McMahon Money was hilarious."

Another fan added: "That Bray Wyatt fun house segment on Monday Night RAW had me in fits of laughterπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Him feeding Vince money so he didn't get fired was absolute gold! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚"

One fan even said: "Bray Wyatt gave Vince money to shut up! So accurate."

Taking into account how popular Wyatt and The Fiend character is at the moment, it will be surprising if he doesn't face either Rollins or Strowman for the Universal title at Hell in a Cell next month.


The Fiend's first and only match in WWE so far was at SummerSlam last month when he easily defeated Finn Balor in a singles match.

Prior to last night's Firefly Fun House segment, fans had only seen Wyatt one other time since SummerSlam, which was when he attacked Jerry 'The King' Lawler on Raw the week after WWE's biggest party of the summer.

Last night's Raw all-but-confirmed Wyatt will be facing either Rollins or Strowman for the Universal title at Hell in a Cell. We'll just have to wait until Clash of Champions is in the books to find out which superstar it will be.

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