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Watch: YouTuber recreates Firefly Fun House Match in WWE2K20

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Watch: YouTuber recreates Firefly Fun House Match in WWE2K20

The highlight of WrestleMania 36 has been painstakingly recreated in the WWE video game.

WWE 2K20 may have been riddled with bugs and so negatively received that the series is taking a year off, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still creators doing amazing work in the game.

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Case in point: this complete recreation of the Firefly Fun House match between John Cena and Bray Wyatt from WrestleMania 36 by YouTuber ChrisThunder4Life. Take a look below:

Nearly everything in the match looks to be created using in-game assets and renderings, right down to ‘80s versions of Vince McMahon and “Mean” Gene Okerlund welcoming fans to the Show of Shows.

It almost makes me want to fork over the money for the game, even though it’s still filled with errors, crashes and bizarre decisions. I probably won’t, but that I’m even considering it is a testament to ChrisThunder4Life’s amazing work. Give him a subscription on YouTube if you liked the video.

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