WWE Releases Another Wild ‘White Rabbit’ Easter Egg With QR Code During Raw

White Rabbit

Last Friday night on SmackDown, WWE released a QR code to fans while Hit Row was throwing a backstage party with other talent. Not just that, but “White Rabbit” flyers would be put on the vehicles of fans in attendance. With the mystery already having fans curious, this only injected their curiosity with steroids.

Monday on Raw, WWE released another “White Rabbit” easter egg, peaking fans’ curiosity even higher. And let the mind games continue.

During the match between Seth Rollins and Rey Mysterio, WWE would put a giant QR code on the television screen. When scanned, it leads to a 16-second video that’s featured on the website of WWE.

Monday’s clip once again features the white rabbit, however, it also includes WWE Superstars from both the past and present. The video also featured coordinates, the same thing that was done last Friday on SmackDown. Monday’s coordinates would lead to pictures of a giant pink rabbit.

Another interesting element of the QR code was that it also featured the zip code of 40701, which is that of Corbin, Kentucky. However, no direct connections are known to what it could possibly mean.

According to Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful, the only indirect connections to Corbin, Kentucky is that WWE sometimes has shows in the town, that, and “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt defended his WWE Universal Championship against The Miz in Corbin back in 2020 – as if the Wyatt rumors needed to be fueled even more.

Like Sapp stated though, there are no direct connections between Corbin and what the “white rabbit” mystery means with the town.

Another feature of the video was the number and letter combination of “930YWG,” which makes up the Winnipeg airport abbreviation in Canada. SmackDown will be in Winnipeg this Friday.

Most fans believe that WWE is teasing the return of Bray Wyatt, his “Fiend” character and also a possible return of some form of Wyatt Family faction. Along with televising QR codes, the promotion has been playing Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit” during commercial breaks and house shows.

Ryan Satin of Fox Sports also put another factoid out on social media, saying that he went to‘s source code of the location of the QR code video, and when he did, it contained lyrics from Aleister Black’s old WWE theme song – the first line to be exact.

“No man is ever truly good, no man is ever truly evil.”

Malakai Black, known as Aleister Black in the WWE, was believed to be released by AEW, but Black issued a statement making it clear he was still with the company.

The mystery continues…