Since returning to WWE in 2016, Shane McMahon has been an on-screen performer and has helped out behind the scenes.
"Helping put together John Cena vs. 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt, we knew it was going to be different," said Shane on WWE After The Bell. "Whether you loved it or hated it, just making it a mind trip. It set up the potential of any time 'The Fiend' wants to have a match like this, it can be a trippy, completely different, go anywhere down a wormhole (match). That was the intent. Kudos to John Cena for thinking outside the box. An immense amount of that was pushed by him. John wanted Bray to do well with it and have it as a showcase for him. Very unselfish. Whether you liked it or hated it, we wanted to make it different than what we do traditionally in-ring."
The Firefly Fun House was the ultimate cinematic match as there was very little wrestling and fighting as the match was more driven by the story and history of Cena and Wyatt.
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