Seth Rollins managed to get his own back on Bray Wyatt on Monday Night Raw this week by burning down his Firefly Fun House.
Raw ended this week with a Firefly Fun House segment from Bray Wyatt but before he could truly get deep into his show, he was attacked by Seth Rollins.
This was the first time one of Wyatt's foes had managed to find their way into the Firefly Fun House, and the Universal Champion took full advantage of the opportunity he had to get his own back.
The Beastslayer took down Wyatt before ripping apart his Firefly Fun House by taking photos off the wall and literally burning it down.
Rollins lit the table inside the house on fire and flipped it over, causing the entire Firefly Fun House to go up in flames and burn to the ground.
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Raw ended with flashes of The Fiend as well as his laugh echoing as the Firefly Fun House continued to burn.
For the first time since his debut as The Fiend, another superstar has managed to get one over on Wyatt, which is exciting to see.
Even in his safe space now, Wyatt isn't safe, so The Fiend is bound to make Rollins pay for burning down the Firefly Fun House on Raw.
WWE fans won't have to wait much longer to see Rollins and Wyatt meet inside the ring again, as another match will take place between the two on Halloween.
During Raw, WWE announced that The Beastslayer will be defending his Universal Championship against The Fiend in a Falls Count Anywhere match at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia on October 31.
Despite this match, Wyatt is unlikely to win the Universal title anytime soon as he is a member of SmackDown now following the WWE Draft, while Rollins remains a member of Raw.
Wyatt is a member of SmackDown after being drafted by the blue brand in the WWE Draft on Friday, while Raw selected Rollins with their first pick of night two of the draft on Monday.
It will be interesting to see how WWE books their Crown Jewel match, but for the time being, it looks like Rollins has figured out how to get the better of WyattNews Now - Sport News