WWE started dropping White Rabbit teasers during live events as they played Jefferson Airplane’s song. That continued in a big way as QR codes captured the attention of the entire WWE Universe.

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Ringside News exclusively reported that WWE brought in director Rob Fee to “make sure the White Rabbit reveal is done correctly.” It seems that Matt Riddle and Seth Rollins’ match was the perfect opportunity to close out the Extreme Rules premium live event, and usher in Wyatt’s return.

After Matt Riddle beat Seth Rollins, Daniel Cormier and Riddle were just about to leave, but the lights went off. Suddenly, Bray Wyatt’s voice started singing “he’s got the whole world in his hands.” The Philly crowd lost it as the camera started zooming into real-life versions of Wyatt’s Firefly Fun House characters.

The song continued until a burned Fiend mask showed up on the announce table. Corey Graves and Michael Cole scattered. Then a door appeared on the stage, and they went to a video of an abandoned Firefly Fun House.

The Firefly Fun House song played, and then the television showed a strange masked figure as static and other interference came through. The masked figure laughed, and then the television shut off.

That door on the stage became the primary focus once again as it started to glow. A rumbling noise took over the arena and the door burst open with a stream of light. Suddenly, a lantern was seen walking out of the door held by none other than Bray Wyatt.

The Philly crowd lost it as Bray Wyatt reappeared with a lantern and a new mask. “Holy sh*t” chants came out as Bray took off his mask to reveal his face. He is back, and Wyatt made that very clear as he blew out his lantern and the show abruptly ended with his new moth logo.

What’s your take on this big return? Sound off in the comments!

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