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Originally WrestleMania 36 was set to take place from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL but due to the coronavirus pandemic WWE had to make some major changes and the event was moved to the Performance Center in Orlando, and it took place in front of no fans for the first time ever. Bray Wyatt faced off against John Cena in a Firefly Fun House match at WrestleMania, which ended up being one of the most unique matches WWE has ever presented.

Fans know that normally WWE goes all out with entrances at WrestleMania, and it sounds like WWE had some big plans for Bray Wyatt.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter notes that the band Code Orange, who has done several WWE themes, including Bray Wyatt’s, has said that they were in talks to play Wyatt’s entrance music at WrestleMania 36, but obviously plans changed.

Even though Wyatt didn’t get a big entrance at WrestleMania this year, his Firefly Fun House match was easily one of the most talked about matches from the two night event.

Wyatt also got a big WrestleMania moment when he picked up a victory over John Cena who had defeated him years ago at WrestleMania 30.

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