All The White Rabbit Details You Missed On Monday Night Raw
We continue to get more questions than answers about the White Rabbit. What if it isn't just one person making a debut?
I don’t know when there was this much mystery and speculation about a wrestling storyline. The White Rabbit saga has turned the whole of the wrestling fandom into amateur detectives as we piece together clues to find out who or what the White Rabbit is. This week’s clue on Monday Night Raw sent the internet scrambling into some wild theories.
But before we get into the White Rabbit and what all of these breadcrumbs mean. Let’s dive into a few other details you missed on Monday Night Raw.
DC Enters The Fight Pit
The former Champ-Champ and UFC icon hinted he would appear on Raw ahead of his special guest referee gig at Extreme Rules.
Tonight on Raw you may see a familiar face 👁
— Daniel Cormier (@dc_mma) October 3, 2022
I, too, can’t believe this is happening.
Still can’t quite believe this is actually happening https://t.co/X6MiYa4kJk
— Ariel Helwani (@arielhelwani) October 4, 2022
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What role will Cormier play in the Fit Pit? A “special guest referee” is rarely just that.
— WWE (@WWE) October 4, 2022
As for the Fight Pit? It looks to be a similar design to a modified cage used in NXT. Complete with a catwalk circling the ring.
— WWE on FOX (@WWEonFOX) October 4, 2022
Cormier is a lifelong wrestling fan who used wrestling-style promos in his mic work while in UFC, including a call out of Brock Lesnar. That fight never happened in UFC, but there’s a rumor that DC’s entry into this match could lead to him squaring off against Brock in Cormier’s first pro wrestling match.
— MMA Junkie (@MMAJunkie) October 3, 2022
As for the feud between Rollins and Riddle? It has continued to be extremely personal.
— WWE (@WWE) October 4, 2022
The White Rabbit Code
I love how crazy the Internet goes when the White Rabbit QR code pops up.
me reading through everyone’s White Rabbit conspiracies and seeing how a QR code clue about a bakery best known for their baguettes located in Warren, Michigan in 1672 somehow relates to Bray Wyatt: pic.twitter.com/F048AEq3UN
— RISARAZZI (@RISARAZZI2) October 4, 2022
WWE flashed another QR code to show more “clues” on the White Rabbit.
We got more obscure evidence that Bray Wyatt’s return is behind this.
The latest White Rabbit QR Code shows this Samson and Delilah painting. Bray Wyatt posted a painting in 2021 which can be found by searching “Samson and Delilah painting purple,” where a Pinterest link heads to a Facebook page for artist Manuel Gervasini. pic.twitter.com/1HBN0TsydA
— Let Them Wrestle (@LetThemWrestle) October 4, 2022
So the White Rabbit QR code on #WWERaw this week leads to an image with one side shown on mobile and another on desktop for me.
— Ryan Satin (@ryansatin) October 4, 2022
There’s also a code, apparently written in the made-up language used by the fictional Predators.
— aiden (@Aiden01829471) October 4, 2022
“Before me things created were none, save things
Eternal, and eternal I endure.
All hope abandon, ye who enter here is what it says”
thats what the code says#WWERaw #WhiteRabbit pic.twitter.com/n4T1HRPJI1
— Aiz (@azizATM79) October 4, 2022
And the binary code translates to Gacy.
— Bobbo (@The1TrueBobbo) October 4, 2022
With Gacy and others being mentioned, is Wyatt unveiling his stable?
There’s also this. With WWE leaving more easter eggs than your churchyard on Sunday, this lantern may mean Bray is involved.
— Normy Wrestling ( IWF 🇮🇳 ) (@Normywrestling) September 27, 2022
And there was another “White Rabbit” moment at Raw.
— Roman Reigns SZN 💥 (@reigns_era) October 4, 2022
The mystery continues to unfold. Will we finally meet the White Rabbit at Extreme Rules? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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