WWE released another “White Rabbit” video via QR code on last night’s Raw, and it would feature several legendary wrestlers such as Stone Cold Steve Austin, John Cena, Randy Orton, Road Dogg, among others.
Anyone else notice that QR code during #WWERAW?
— Ringside News (@ringsidenews_) September 27, 2022
When the source code of the video posted on WWE.com is examined, the following words are featured:
“No man is ever truly good. No man is ever truly evil.”
Those words are actually lyrics – the first two lines – from Aleister Black’s old WWE theme song.
Here is the complete beginning to Black’s theme:
“No man is ever truly good. No man is ever truly evil. I do the things you never could. And we won’t ever be equal. No man is ever truly good. No man is ever truly evil. I do the things you never could. And we won’t ever be equal.”
While searching for the QR code on here, because I was having trouble on my TV, I saw someone pointing to the source code of the website for some reason.
When you look at it, however, the code has the opening lyrics to ALEISTER BLACK’S THEME!!! https://t.co/liqyYtWwvd
— Ryan Satin (@ryansatin) September 27, 2022
Originally, fans were speculating that the “White Rabbit” mystery was about Bray Wyatt or Karrion Kross. After Raw, Aleister Black – who was known as Malakai Black in AEW – can now be added to the list.
Also, some fans are suggesting that the teases could be from Happy Corbin, who could potentially be planning a massive (and classic) heel trolling move, this because of the “Corbin, Kentucky” connection in the QR code video.
Last week, it was reported that Malakai Black was granted his release from AEW, however, Black is now saying that he is still with the company and plans on returning soon. With Black speaking out about his contract, this potentially debunks that the “White Rabbit” mystery is signaling the return of Aleister Black.
You also have another theory floating around that the latest video could be meant to confuse people, forcing mindsets to stray away from Bray Wyatt, letting WWE add an element of surprise to the “White Rabbit.”
The mystery continues…