Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Speculation on Bray Wyatt's 11:19 Reference During Firefly Fun House Segment

Speculation on Bray Wyatt's 11:19 Reference During Firefly Fun House Segment
As seen on last night's RAW during the Firefly Fun House Segment, there was a clock that was stuck on 3:16 until it was hit with a hammer by Bray Wyatt. Then it changed to 11:19.

Speculation online is that The Fiend Bray Wyatt's 11:19 reference is related to The Undertaker, who made his official debut with WWE on November 19, 1990 at a WWE Superstars taping. He would make his much more well-known television debut a few nights later on November 22, 1990.

Fans might have wanted to see Bray Wyatt face “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, but The Rattlesnake can’t take a bump. The Undertaker can and WWE just might be getting fans ready for a huge confrontation.

Some are under the thought that the cryptic messages in this week’s Firefly Fun House are actually pointing toward an eventual confrontation between The Undertaker and The Fiend.

If WWE has this match lined up for Survivor Series then things could certainly be very interesting in the next few weeks.

The Undertaker is also appearing on SmackDown Live tonight, so he might need to watch his back in Madison Square Garden.

You can see the Firefly Fun House segment in the embedded video below:



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