WWE has held the classic Inferno Match four times over the years, with the ring surrounded by fire. The original came at WWE Unforgiven in 1998 as The Undertaker defeated Kane by setting his arm on fire. The last came at WWE Armageddon 2006 as Kane defeated MVP by setting his body on fire.
There’s no word on if Sunday’s Firefly Inferno Match will feature fire surrounding the ring, or if it will be some sort of cinematic match from the Firefly Fun House. The match comes after Orton trapped Wyatt in a box on Monday’s RAW, and set it on fire. Wyatt went into the box, but The Fiend popped back out and took Orton down with the Mandible Claw.
WWE’s official match preview noted, “Orton and Wyatt are no stranger to the destructive flames, as The Viper once sadistically burned down The Wyatt Family Compound. Last week, The Viper trapped Wyatt inside a burning box, but The Fiend emerged unscathed to punish Orton for his brutality. Now Orton will have to step inside The Fiend’s twisted inferno, and HE never forgets.”
The 2020 WWE TLC pay-per-view will take place this Sunday, December 20 from The ThunderDome at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Since 2001, WrestlingAttitude is your number one source for WWE wrestling news, rumors and results. Make sure to follow us on social media where you can get the latest news in real time! We are facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram at the following links:
WA on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/wrestlingattitude/
WA on Facebook (Women’s Wrestling) – https://www.facebook.com/WrestlingDivas/
WA on Twitter – https://twitter.com/wa_wrestling
WA on Instagram (Women’s Wrestling) – https://www.instagram.com/wa_wrestlingattitude/
WA on Pinterest – http://www.pinterest.com/realbadrose/wrestling/