Many of you may know Kyle A. Scarborough, or maybe not, but he is a tattoo artist who also took care of creating The Fiend mask for Bray Wyatt, obviously doing a masterful job. He recently wanted to let all wrestling fans know that WWE had opted to bring the Firefly Fan House to life at some point, which obviously never happened even with Wyatt's firing.
According to Scarborough, Wyatt has insisted with WWE to bring in "live-action" versions of his puppets in person, and the tattoo artist also stated that those plans were eventually shelved, even sharing designs on the characters' masks.
"Fun Fact: the WWE wanted to bring the #FireflyFunHouse alive, but @Windham6 would only do it if he played the characters himself. Only one was mocked up, and this would've been the concept for FFH Huskus. It was hinted, but ultimately shelved.
How the Bray Wyatt 'The Fiend' saga unravelled
Scarborough also wrote that WWE itself also had plans for Alexa Bliss at the very beginning of her journey with Bray Wyatt, asking the artist to design a mask and makeup combo that could align with that of the man.
"Fun Fact: During the beginning of @AlexaBliss_WWE's run with #TheFiend, I was asked to mock up concept art for a potential mask/makeup combo. #BrayWyatt #AlexaBliss #WWERaw" Unfortunately, all this obviously did not go through even if the potential was really high, with Bray Wyatt always having brilliant ideas, often misunderstood by many people, but which always leave you breathless.
Fightful also let us know that the man could land in Hollywood because on October 28 he was with Jason Baker who's also part of the creative team that took care of the Fiend mask, at Warner Bros Studios. Who knows, maybe he will finally be able to realize all his ideas and bring his characters to life.