Not many would sign up for a Firefly Fun House match, but the Big Show is more than happy to be a part of one.
At WrestleMania 36, John Cena was defeated by "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt in a Firefly Fun House match, which took both men through years of their personal history and even decades of wrestling history. In an interview with Metro UK, Big Show spoke about the match and said it opened the door for different kinds of entertainment in WWE.
"For that to come full circle and tell that story, and take the fans on this incredible journey of what might have been, of what could be, and John Cena to basically go through hell and live his worst nightmare – it showed his talent and dedication. It was great for Bray. I think it opened a door to be more entertaining in so many different ways. I know I would sign up for the same kind of program if I was working with Bray Wyatt," Big Show said.
Big Show added that he would love to have that kind of match in the future. More specifically, Big Show said he wants his mind picked apart and that conveying the "hurt, pain and frustration" would be entertaining.
"I would definitely sign up to have my mind picked apart! I think it would be very entertaining to go through that and do that tortured perspective of trying to convey the hurt, pain and frustration," Big Show said.
Even if Big Show wasn't involved in the first Firefly Fun House match, he was a part of WrestleMania 36, challenging Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship in a match that aired the following night on Raw.