- Bray Wyatt has not wrestled and has kept a low profile since he was released by the WWE in 2021
- Fans are convinced that the White Rabbit teasers mean that Wyatt will be returning to the company
- The mystery regarding the White Rabbit will be unveiled at the upcoming pay-per-view, Extreme Rules
Could Bray Wyatt be making his long-awaited return to WWE?
The recent White Rabbit teasers on Monday Night Raw and Friday Night SmackDown certainly seem to suggest so.
Wyatt, whose real name is Windham Rotunda, has kept a low profile ever since he was released by the company in 2021.
While many people have been clamouring for his return since then, not many got their hopes up until the recent White Rabbit teasers.
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The WWE has been dropping QR codes during their shows, which have led to video packages featuring a White Rabbit and the words 'Feed Your Head'.
While people have linked the teasers to a few stars, including Karion Kross, many believe that it is Wyatt himself.
Comicbook has now quoted Fightful Select, who said that it is believed internally that the White Rabbit is Wyatt. Further reports suggest that Wyatt will make his return at the upcoming Extreme Rules pay-per-view in October.
Many fans have already surmised that Wyatt will return at Extreme Rules. Some have pointed out that there's a lantern on the poster for the pay-per-view. Wyatt has carried a lantern with him since he debuted as the Eater of Worlds.
CM Punk's future is uncertain following a backstage brawl after All Elite Wrestling's All Out pay per view
In other wrestling news, Sports Brief reported that CM Punk continues to draw criticism from the wrestling world.
The wrestler has been in the news following his actions at All Elite Wrestling’s (AEW) recent pay-per-view, All Out. Punk went from hero to villain in the space of one night.
The Chicago native took on Jon Moxley for the AEW Heavyweight Championship in the main event. After an all-out war, Punk won the title in front of his home crowd.