WWE has shared a new white rabbit tease, potentially revealing the date of an upcoming WWE return.
In the latest tease, WWE.com shared an interactive game featuring everyone’s favourite mammal. Upon completing the game, the white rabbit hops over to some latitude and longitude coordinates.
The coordinates are for Rogers Place in Edmonton, Canada, the venue for the September 26 edition of WWE Raw.
It has been heavily speculated that these white rabbit teases are hyping the return of Bray Wyatt, who was released from his WWE contract in July 2021.
It has been pointed out that, as of writing, searching ‘white rabbit’ on WWE.com takes you to an article about Wyatt’s Firefly Fun House match against John Cena at WrestleMania 36. It is worth noting that the words ‘white’ and ‘rabbit’ appear separately in the article, with the article mentioning ‘Rambling Rabbit’, and John Cena’s ‘black and white’ NWO t-shirt.
It has also been noted that if you search the recent tease ‘9:23’ on WWE.com, one of the top results will be a clip of The Fiend attacking Braun Strowman on the September 23, 2019 edition of WWE Raw.
It had previously been speculated that the ‘9:23’ tease meant that we were going to get a white rabbit reveal on the September 23 edition of SmackDown.
Footage of Bray Wyatt training amid speculation has now surfaced, which you can watch right here.
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