On night two of WrestleMania 36, "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt finally got his revenge on John Cena six years after their match at WrestleMania 30. It was one of the most unique matches in WWE history as it was composed of numerous vignettes highlighting Cena's greatest failures, including his debut and not turning heel. Ultimately, the Firefly Funhouse proved to be too much for the leader of the Cenation as The Fiend pinned Big Match John after a Sister Abigail and The Mandible Claw.
Both Superstars had an enormous amount of input in constructing the bout as Dave Meltzer revealed on Wrestling Observer Radio that Bray and Bruce Prichard put all the segments together but Cena made a lot of changes "supposedly for the better."
Paul Davis at Wrestlingnews.co also reported that the vignettes were taped at WWE Headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut and the props in the match, like the SmackDown fist, were collected from a warehouse the company owns in Stamford.
Even the boss was happy with the match as Vince McMahon reportedly loved the segments and gave his stamp of approval for his evil puppet to say "This is such good s**t."