A new video has been released from the Twitter account belonging to the mystery hacker character on WWE SmackDown.
The account, with the handle @TheMessageWWE and name ‘The Message’, posted the following today:
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— The Message (@TheMessageWWE) April 28, 2020
In the clip, the hacker says “the message will be delivered and the truth will be heard”.
It still isn’t completely clear who the character is, but the biggest rumour is Mustafa Ali who has been off TV for quite some time now, due to similarities between some of the graphics and his ring gear.
The character didn’t have a presence on this past Friday’s episode of SmackDown, but this video suggests the idea hasn’t been dropped, which is always a worry with WWE and stuff like this.
The Twitter account is actually a repurposed WWE owned account, presumably because it already had a load of followers instead of starting a brand new one. It’s not known what exactly the account used to be though.