Last week on Monday Night RAW Seth Rollins invaded Bray Wyatt’s twisted and dark version of Mr. Rogers’ neighborhood, The Firefly Fun House, and did what he does best — he burned it down.
Well uh, about that whole burn it down thing Seth likes do to. Maybe he didn’t use the right matches?
— WWE on FOX (@WWEonFOX) October 22, 2019
Apparently the Firefly Fun House survived Seth’s attempted arson (isn’t that illegal!?) and is still alive and kicking.
There’s been a lot of speculation that WWE did away with the Firefly Fun House because FOX executives weren’t fans of it. FOX and WWE want you to know that that just isn’t true. FOX loves the Firefly Fun House! So much so that it will be appearing this Friday on SmackDown’s first ever airing on FOX’s FS1 network.
Friday night’s SmackDown episode that’s airing on FS1 will be for this week only due to the MLB World Series coverage on FOX, but that doesn’t mean the wrestling company is done with FS1.
WWE is scheduled to launch a weekly hour-long show, WWE Backstage, on Tuesday Nov. 5, hosted by Renee Young and WWE Hall-of-fame wrestler, Booker T. CM Punk is also rumored to be appearing as a co-host.
SmackDown on FS1 will air live at 8pm ET from the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri.
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