Another Signal Points To Bray Wyatt Return To WWE

Bray Wyatt

For nearly a month now, WWE has been pushing a “White Rabbit” mystery through multiple fashions, and it’s looking more and more likely that it’s leading to Bray Wyatt.

Through QR codes, Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit” song playing at house shows and TV commercial breaks, papers left on cars with coordinates, people in crowds with eerie signs, strange online clues, WWE has led us down a literal rabbit hole – and most seem to think that it’s leading to the return of “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt.

Triple H and his regime have kept the secret just that: A secret, so classified that only a few people within the company are aware of the plans. However, something just happened that will only add fuel to the fire when it comes to the rumors of a Wyatt comeback.

According to WrestleVotes, the theme song of Bray Wyatt, “Let Me In,” has been added back to Spotify. The song was removed from the platform last year after his release from WWE.

WrestleVotes tweeted:

“For what it’s worth, a buddy of mine just noticed this theme was back on Spotify today after being removed following Bray’s release last year. No clue what the cover art might mean… Just more fuel to the 🐇 fire.”

According to a recent report by Fightful Select, the mystery of the “White Rabbit” is expected to be revealed at WWE’s Extreme Rules Premium Live Event on Saturday. Nothing is known regarding any new possible gimmick or look from Bray Wyatt, but Fightful did note in their report that Bray Wyatt is most likely to be the one revealed behind the clues.

Also, the rumor mill has Alexa Bliss reuniting with Wyatt when he returns, and it’s been reported that WWE commentators are being told by creative to keep pushing the narrative that Bliss isn’t who she used to be, and they have, discussing past strengths of Bliss and Corey Graves even calling her by her old character of “The Goddess” on the last episode of Raw.

WWE Superstars have also gotten involved with the storyline, with Bayley saying in a promo:

“You used to make my life a living hell. But that was back in the day. I don’t know who this is. You’re like a shell of the old Alexa.”

During the match, all of the lights went off in the arena, which also happened on last Friday’s Smackdown. Nothing has been confirmed if this is coming from WWE or not, but many believe that it’s a reference to the darker Alexa Bliss gimmick that was involved with Bray Wyatt.

Recently on his “Wrestling With Freddie” podcast, Freddie Prinze Jr. said that he offered a “serious” contract to Bray Wyatt to be with his upcoming wrestling promotion, however, Prinze Jr. stated that it’s unlikely to happen because he can’t “compete with the WWE” financially.

“Everybody knows that I love Bray and it was basically reported that I was the one that made the offer, and sure, I’ll confirm that. I’ve put out an offer there and I think it’s a creative offer. Financially I wouldn’t be able to compete with the WWE, but I’ve put other things in there that I think are important to Bray. I don’t think I’m going to get it as the weeks go on, but we’ll see. You never know, and if I don’t, then I’ll shift gears again like I did the last time. It’s a speed bump in the road and I will find the next person and rework the story to make it work for that, but whoever my main guy is, that’s who this is going to revolve around in the wrestling half of things.”