Over the last few weeks, we've seen WWE reacting to the current coronavirus pandemic by ramping up the storylines for their superstars.
With the crowds staying at home, the narratives in the competition have been taken up to the next level to match the effort inside the ring.
One of the most intriguing of recent times has been the WWE hacker, who is believed to behind several glitches in the show, and was revealed before WrestleMania as a mysterious hooded figure.
Now, a group of fans believe that they have worked out clues to the hacker's identity.
The hacker targeted last week's Friday Night SmackDown, interrupting a match with a pre-recorded video message that said: "We have heard all the lies, but when will we hear the truth?"
The show then cut to a video featuring Jimmy and Jey Uso, Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross, Miz and Morrison, Sasha Banks and Bayley, and Kofi Kingston and Big E.
The hacker then said: "Some keep their friends close. Others keep their enemies closer," before the words, "The truth will be heard" flashed on the screen.
Fans have been working on the audio from the event and believe that they have been able to remove the distortion used to reveal the identity behind the voice.
These fans believe that the voice of the hacker is in fact two people - Ali and Chad Gable - who have both been off our screen for some time now.
It is debatable whether these two actually could be the hacker or if the hacker is using different voices to throw fans off the scent, much like WWE did way back when for the Diamond Dallas Page stalker angle.
Either way, this looks like one storyline that will be keeping us hooked until that hood is finally lifted.
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