WWE White Rabbit Clues: Becky Lynch Posts A Cryptic Image Ahead Of Extreme Rules

Becky Lynch, although on the injured list, is still very active on social media. She has trolled the WWE Universe on twitter by posting something about WWE White Rabbit clues.

WWE has dropped hints about the return of Bray Wyatt for weeks now. It all started when the song White Rabbit by Jefferson Airplane started playing during breaks at a SmackDown event. The phenomenon is easily the hottest topic in the wrestling world for a while now. The company has been playing along by flashing cryptic codes that all seem to be point towards Wyatt’s return.

Becky Lynch trolls WWE White Rabbit Clues on Twitter

On social media, Becky Lynch is also known to troll fans and her fellow wrestlers all the same. This time, the former WWE Women’s champion has posted a picture of a rabbit shaped animal cracker.



She seems to be pointing and getting a kick out of the whole “White Rabbit” situation but hasn’t provided any description to it. Her fans were seen trolling her back by calling her the yellow rabbit and replying to her with her husband Seth Rollins’ laughing memes.

Big Time Becks has done the same thing earlier during her 2020-21 hiatus, when she occasionally dropped hints about her return, making fans speculate the time and situation of it.

She did it again this time by tweeting a picture of herself without her shoulder sling, just before the aforementioned tweet. This tweet too was without any description, letting the fans do the guessing.



When will Becky Lynch return to WWE?

Last year, she finally returned at SummerSlam 2021 where she beat Bianca Belair for the SmackDown Women’s Championship. However, at this year’s SummerSlam, she separated her shoulder while facing Belair again for the RAW Women’s title. This put her on the injured list.

If her arm sling is off and she isn’t posting an old pic, we may see Big Time Becks return soon enough.


Akashdip Singh

WWE Fan by birth, Content writer by choice

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