One of the extra-ring segments most awaited by fans of the WWE Universe every week is undoubtedly the one that stars Bray Wyatt and Alexa Bliss, a couple who formed in the Friday Night Smackdown rings almost by chance and which is now also raging on the television screens of the flagship red show of the Vince McMahon-owned company.
That is, of course, Monday Night Raw. With a sneaky job, the Fiend has, in fact, taken possession of the mind of the beautiful former WWE world champion, with a segment seen in the Smackdown rings that started the coalition between the two, which still lasts on the television screens of the red show and which sees the Fiend show up whenever Alexa is in front of one of the most important characters of the Raw ring.
Alexa Bliss kills a new character from the Firefly Fun House
During the last segment aired during Raw of the famous macabre show by Bray Wyatt, in which Alexa herself has been a regular guest and co-host for weeks, a new original character from the series of talking puppets who live in Wyatt's house, aka Friendship Frog, was introduced.
The friendship frog was born from the idea of Bray Wyatt to have a friend despite what happened in the past of the former leader of the Wyatt Family since according to what Wyatt himself said in the Fun House, Randy Orton was also considered his friend and then he thought it best to set fire to his house.
WWE made a huge show of introducing the character on Twitter, too, and posted a couple of tweets about it. One tweet said, "#FriendshipFrog, we hardly knew ye. #WWERaw #FireflyFunHouse @WWEBrayWyatt @AlexaBliss_WWE"
Another tweet had two heart emojis, one whole and the other, unbroken with an arrow pointing towards the broken heart as if to say hearts had been broken. Obviously, the episode of the Firefly Fun House could only end with an episode of unprecedented violence for the "listening children", with Alexa Bliss who literally stunned and beaten the new entry, with a possible exit from the scene already at the first appearance of the frog which may have already been decided.
Obviously, with this segment, WWE looks to have wanted to continue the feud between Bray Wyatt/The Fiend and Randy Orton, with the two even crossing later in the evening, with a fleeting appearance of the Fiend during the match.
Randy Orton versus AJ Styles, while Alexa Bliss remained busy in a match against her now ex-best friend Nikki Cross, who once again suffered all the violence of Alexa in the WWE ring.