Why Fans Believe AEW Star Could Be Involved In Bo Dallas WWE Return

Why Fans Believe AEW Star Could Be Involved In Bo Dallas WWE Return AEW/WWE

Find out why some fans believe that a recent AEW star could be involved in the impending WWE return of Bo Dallas as QR code clues continue.

During tonight’s episode of WWE Raw, a former tag team partner of Bray Wyatt shared the WWE clues that fans are attributing to Bo Dallas.

There were more hidden clues on tonight’s episode of WWE Raw including a QR code to a puzzle as fans await Dallas’ return.

With lightning speed, fans discovered the QR code (which flashed on-screen in the middle of a ‘glitch’ during the New Day’s ring entrance) linked to an image.

You can click here to read more about the clues including the video that was eventually unveiled.

While it has not been confirmed the clues are related to the return of Bo Dallas, given the tease at the end of the Bray Wyatt documentary on Peacock as well as the nature of the clues, this all does seem to point to the return of Wyatt’s real-life brother.

An interesting name has now been thrown into the mix though, that being Matt Hardy.

Hardy, whose AEW contract recently expired despite him still being on the company’s website roster page, shared a clip of the on-screen glitch and QR code from Raw.

While that obviously doesn’t actually confirm anything, fans are of course jumping on the idea that it could mean Hardy being involved in whatever the result of the teases ends up being.

Elsewhere in potentially related news, former WWE star Erick Rowan has recently cancelled some independent dates with a note regarding ‘new contractual obligations’.

You can click here to read more about that.

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1 month ago by Amanda Savage



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