WWE’s shortest Wrestle Mainia 36 has begun, and on its second day, John Cena encounters The Fiend. Here is the entire expert analysis of this match.
The Firefly Funhouse match between The Fiend Bray Wyatt and John Cena had a tricky act to comply with after Saturday’s Boneyard Match that includes The Undertaker and AJ Styles.
Somehow, Firefly Funhouse didn’t simply meet expectations, it might have been even higher than the Taker-Styles masterpiece.
WWE’s manufacturing and presentation are high notch, and that was on full show on this match that ought to have been the primary occasion of Day 2.
When the match started, Cena walked out on the ramp as if he had been going to take part in a standard match, however that rapidly modified.
He was transported right into a dream-like sequence that served as a mindtrip from the golden age of WWE via Cena’s greatest moments, his earlier feud with Wyatt, and his rise to superstardom outdoors of the WWE.