The WWE Universe finally found out exactly what a House of Horrors match entails when Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt faced off Sunday at WWE Payback. In case you missed it, we broke down all of the must-see moments and ultimately anti-climactic and disappointing finish here.
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Wait a second. WWE had a real horror show in the basement and they opted for a tipped over dining room table? …okie dokie.
I’m not sure who was watching that match thinking about it as a potential renovation project, but I’m pretty sure I love that person. “You know, it’s a little small, but the creepy hanging doll room would look uh-MAY-zing with a bay window to really open it up and let more light in. The kitchen would have to be gutted, and we’d need to make sure there were no strange shirtless men trapped under the appliances, but babe, oooh, idea: maybe a breakfast bar??” My kingdom for a Flip or Flop WWE episode. I bet Dana Brooke would f*cking love a breakfast bar.
(h/t to @sigmafactor)