Some of the insane plans that were in the works for ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt prior to his shock WWE release have now been revealed.
Bray Wyatt was shockingly released by WWE in July. This release was incredibly surprising considering just one year prior, Wyatt was Universal Champion and one of WWE’s biggest stars.
WWE seemingly had some big plans for the 34-year-old, and Kyle A Scarborough, who helped put together some of the art for The Fiend, has revealed some of the ideas that didn’t make it to TV.
Taking to Twitter, Scarborough notes that WWE wanted to bring the Firefly Fun House to life, which Wyatt agreed to, but only if WWE agreed to let him play the characters.
The tweet reveals the insane design that was drawn up for the real-life character of Huskus from the Firefly Fun House.
Scarborough says although the character debut was teased, it never made it to TV, and as of right now, there is no word on why WWE didn’t pull the trigger on the real-life Fun House characters.
Bray Wyatt’s non-compete clause expired last week, and the former WWE Champion has teased that he’ll be appearing on podcasts soon to speak about his time working for Vince McMahon.
While he hasn’t explicitly said that he’ll be commenting on scrapped plans for The Fiend, you have to suspect that Wyatt could reveal a few interesting nuggets of information in the shoot interviews.