Charlotte Flair thinks Bray Wyatt will be able to top the Firefly Funhouse match from WrestleMania 36 if he's given the opportunity by WWE.
The Fiend's battle with John Cena has been well-received by fans, with some naming it as a highlight from the two-night show.
WrestleMania was certainly unique this year and that match fit the mood perfectly.
But it might just be the beginning of something bigger.
New NXT Women's Champion Charlotte thinks we could see more cinematic-style matches - like the Firefly Funhouse or Undertaker's Boneyard Match - after they proved a hit this year.
She thinks there's room for more similar experiences going forward and has backed Wyatt to deliver something even bigger.
"It’s just going with the flow. For instance, when you’re presented with an obstacle, it’s how you deliver and continue the show," Flair said of WrestleMania 36 while speaking to GIVEMESPORT.
"I think, knowing those two cinematic matches were a hit, it’s moving forward with how you do that with an audience.
"Every year it is different, I’m sure Bray moving forward will come up with something even more creative that tops this WrestleMania."
While we're sure to see a lot more of Wyatt's creative genius in WWE going forward, we may not see Undertaker in another cinematic match for quite some time.
But his battle with AJ Styles is one that will be remembered for a long time - and The Deaman himself has recently revealed he's very proud of it.
"The final product, I couldn’t be more proud of it," Undertaker told Nine Line Apparel.
"Under the circumstances, all the different things going on, for everybody to pull together and put something like that out there... it was different, it was intriguing.
"I can’t speak for AJ but I’m very proud of what we did."
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