WWE’s Website Taken Over In Latest Bo Dallas Stable Teaser

WWE’s Website Taken Over In Latest Bo Dallas Stable Teaser WWE

WWE’s official website has been taken over in the latest cryptic tease for the debut of Bo Dallas’ new WWE faction.

WWE has been teasing the arrival of Bo Dallas as Uncle Howdy in a series of cryptic messages and QR Codes, and the latest cryptic teaser has now dropped.

Today, the homepage of WWE’s website was taken over, showing a distorted picture of a masked man and the title ‘hello.’.

When clicked on, a new page with the following text is displayed:

hello.

I’d like to tell you a story.
A story about value.
We often equate value with utilization.
That is not the case.
If a piece of currency is crumpled, ignored, and tossed to the side, does it lose its value?
Of course not.
It is simply in the hands of the ignorant.

We often devalue ourselves as a result of the ignorance of those around us.
Their words define us.

I have been guilty of this myself.

I have let the expectations of others determine my self worth.
But once I realized my calling, the words of the naysayers began to fall on deaf ears.

I am nobody.
I am all of us.

When you free yourself from the preconceived ideas of others…from the LIES…you become
liberated.

I accepted my calling. Only then was I able to set the others free.

We followed the Words of the Red and now we see.

I offer you one last chance at redemption.

It doesn’t have to be this way.

The cave can no longer exist.

We are going to burn it to the ground.

A massacre is coming.

168 / 197

The reported members of the stable include Bo as Uncle Howdy, the returning Erick Rowan, Nikki Cross, Dexter Lumis and Joe Gacy.

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2 months ago by Connel Rumsey

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