On Sunday night the TLC pay-per-view aired on the WWE Network, and fans saw Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt compete in the first ever Firefly Inferno match.
The match featured a lot of pyro, and when it all came to an end Randy Orton covered The Fiend in gasoline then lit him on fire. The show then went off the air with The Fiend’s body burning in the ring.
According to WrestleVotes the Firefly Inferno match was pre-taped earlier in the day.
It was also noted that it wasn’t originally set to close the pay-per-view, but obviously plans changed.
The Inferno Match was pre-taped this afternoon and as of the first rundown, wasn’t scheduled to be the main event. Interesting move.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) December 21, 2020
Following the match Bray Wyatt posted the following on Twitter:
Thank you ⭕️ pic.twitter.com/NlhvR0rz74
— Bray Wyatt (@WWEBrayWyatt) December 21, 2020