New QR Code Clue On Raw, Bray Wyatt Advertised For SmackDown

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Despite Bray Wyatt being revealed as the White Rabbit at Extreme Rules, Monday Night Raw featured another cryptic QR code!

For weeks leading into Extreme Rules, cryptic QR code clues were peppered into WWE programming and seemed to signal the upcoming appearance of a mysterious White Rabbit character. As the clues continued, it became more and more apparent that they were most likely hinting at a Bray Wyatt return to the company as there were references to patricide, the words “let me in,” and even a quick shot of Huskus the Pig, one of the characters in Wyatt’s Firefly Funhouse.

Sure enough, after Matt Riddle was victorious in the main event of Extreme Rules, the lights in the arena went off and fans held up their phones to create the familiar firefly effect that was synonymous with Wyatt during his previous run with the company. Live versions of the Firefly Funhouse characters were shown throughout the arena, and a severed Fiend head appeared on the announce table before a mysterious masked figure appeared carrying a lantern. Bray Wyatt removed the mask, said “I’m here,” and blew out the lantern to end the show.

While it seemed reasonable to assume that fans had seen the last of the mysterious QR codes following the White Rabbit reveal, the season premiere of Monday Night Raw proved there may be more surprises in store as another QR code appeared behind the Miz during a backstage segment.

When scanned, the code led to a video of a puzzle being put together in an old-school computer window as a piano version of He’s Got the Whole World In His Hands plays in the background. The puzzle pieces reveal Bray Wyatt’s new Death’s-head Hawkmoth logo that was seen closing out Extreme Rules.

Raw also featured a cryptic video of its own, showing a garbled message urging fans to “revel in what you are.”

While Bray Wyatt didn’t appear in person on Monday Night Raw, he is officially advertised for an appearance on the next episode of SmackDown in New Orleans, LA.

Elsewhere on Monday Night Raw, Brock Lesnar returned for the first time since SummerSlam and attacked Bobby Lashley, allowing Seth Rollins to defeat Lashley and become the new United States Champion. Full results from the October 10th episode can be found here.