WWE fans attempt to decode why Bray Wyatt's broken clock changed to 11:19

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WWE fans are trying to decode the meaning behind Bray Wyatt's broken clock showing the time 11:19 during the Firefly Fun House segment on this week's Monday Night Raw.

On this week's Firefly Fun House, Wyatt talked about Stone Cold Steve Austin being the moderator for the Universal Championship contract signing between Seth Rollins and Braun Strowman for Clash of Champions this weekend.

Sister Abigail complained that ever since The Texas Rattlesnake showed up, her clock had been stuck on the time 3:16.

Wyatt offered to fix Abigail's clock with his hammer. He hit the clock twice and the time changed from 3:16 to 11:19.

WWE fans have been coming up with some interesting theories as to why the time changed to 11:19 when Wyatt hit the clock with his hammer.

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One theory is linked to 11:19 not as a time of day, but as an actual day of the year, November 19.

This is a significant date in WWE history. November 19 in 1990 was the day which The Undertaker famously made his debut in WWE.

Survivor Series in 1990 was The Deadman's on-screen debut in WWE on November 22, but he actually had his first match for the promotion three days earlier on November 19 at a taping of Superstars.

WWE fans are therefore suggesting that Wyatt could attack The Deadman as The Fiend when he makes an appearance on SmackDown Live later today.

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Wyatt could then begin a feud with The Undertaker possibly challenge him to a match at Survivor Series or at a future event such as WrestleMania 36.

The Phenom wouldn't be the only WWE legend The Fiend has attacked recently if an attack takes place tonight. The Fiend has previously used the Mandible Claw on Mick Foley, Kurt Angle, and Jerry 'The King' Lawler.

The Undertaker has wrestled against Wyatt inside the squared circle before, as the two had a match at WrestleMania 31 back in 2015, a match which The Deadman won.

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Wyatt has been heavily rumoured to have a match against the Universal Champion, whether it be Rollins or Strowman, at Hell in a Cell next month, so any feud between Wyatt and Undertaker probably won't take place until after that event.

We'll just have to wait and see for what WWE has planned for Wyatt, but it seems like fans are desperate to see Wyatt and The Undertaker meet inside the ring again, this time with Wyatt as The Fiend.

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