Over the last few days, fans have been speculating that WWE has been teasing Wyatt’s return to the company.
Has WWE been teasing Bray Wyatt’s return?
Over the last few days, there has been strong speculation online that Bray’s return to WWE has been teased at shows.
WWE played ‘White Rabbit’ during the commercial break to SmackDown this week, with fans flashing up their flashlights like they used to do during Bray’s entrance, and this was repeated at this weekend’s Live Events.
The incident, which you can see from the footage below, has been taken by many to be WWE’s way of teasing Bray’s return.
Video: WWE plays ‘White Rabbit’ during the commercial break for SmackDown
However, fans have pointed out that the spot could be WWE’s way of building up Karrion Kross, who during his time in Lucha Underground, was known as ‘White Rabbit’.
Kross has now seemingly confirmed that the spot is about him, taking to Twitter yesterday, as you can see from the tweets below.
🕳 🐇— Karrion Kross (@realKILLERkross) September 18, 2022
Call me a killer, guilty as charged.— Karrion Kross (@realKILLERkross) September 18, 2022
I wouldn’t look to me as a suspect for any of this.
I’m an innocent killer.
People are reaching for answers and have no idea what to grasp for.
Keep watching and have fun.
That’s what I’m doing.
While it’s unclear whether or not Bray is coming back to WWE, Kross’ tweets seem to suggest that the wrestling giant isn’t teasing his comeback.
However, that doesn’t mean that Wyatt 100% isn’t coming back to WWE.
Is Bray Wyatt returning to WWE?
Regardless of whether or not the ‘White Rabbit’ song is about Wyatt, fans are still of the belief that he’s heading back to WWE.
The Wrestling Observer is reporting that Wyatt has definitely held talks with WWE, but also notes that they reached a “stumbling block” recently, believed to be over finances.
You can find out more about why the talks between Bray and WWE reportedly stalled at one stage during the negotiation process by clicking here.
However, it’s worth noting that Dave Meltzer included in the same report that Bray’s return to WWE wasn’t totally “dead”, which will come as good news to those who want to see him back.
As we covered earlier, due to the issue he had with Vince McMahon, which have been widely documented at this stage, Bray more likely to return now that he’s retired and left WWE.
For more news on Bray’s potential return to WWE and any more rumours that his comeback is imminent, GiveMeSport will keep you posted with all the latest updates.