Did WWE Just Confirm The Return Of Bray Wyatt During Last Friday’s SmackDown?

Rumors of Bray Wyatt making his WWE return have been running wild since Triple H got hold of the company’s Creative division and started signing back released talent. In the middle of all this, WWE may have thrown a massive clue pointing to Wyatt’s potential return.


Fans often get to experience special occurrences during commercial breaks of live WWE shows. During this week’s SmackDown in Anaheim, California, fans truly experienced something bizarre. The lights were cut off during this untelevised segment at the Honda Center and the famous psychedelic song White Rabbit by Jefferson Airplane started playing, prompting the WWE Universe to wave their phone flashlights like they used to do during Wyatt’s fireflies entrance over the years.

Among many theories that surfaced on social media, most WWE fans believed this might be an ominous sign of Bray Wyatt making his return to WWE TV.


Some more ardent pro wrestling fans even pointed out that “The White Rabbit” was Karrion Kross’ nickname when he participated in Lucha Underground. They felt this could be a play on Kross instead.

Will Bray Wyatt ever return to WWE?

Xero News reported earlier that The Eater of Worlds was supposed to return during the main event of Clash at The Castle to cost Roman Reigns the Undisputed titles. Also, there were rumors of him returning in a Mick Foley inspired three in one gimmick.

Although Triple H is in awe of his creativity, his return plans have been put on hold because of him asking an unrealistic and large sum of money for his new contract, as per Dave Meltzer. Kross is probably the more realistic option here for WWE to be pointing at as he is on SmackDown and in a hot feud with Drew McIntyre, attacking him at every opportunity he gets.

However, like always, over enthusiastic fans may just be joining the dots when this could be as simple as the WWE sound guy playing his favorite song.


Akashdip Singh

WWE Fan by birth, Content writer by choice

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