WWE’s White Rabbit teases have gone in the opposite direction of Roman Reigns, going unacknowledged – until the latest WWE’s The Bump, anyway.
Over the past few weeks, several teases have been made surrounding a mysterious White Rabbit figure. Stemming from the namesake Jefferson Airplane song being played during Raw and SmackDown commercial breaks, as well as untelevised live events, numerous QR codes have since been hidden in the background during main roster programming.
Until now, the teases had gone unmentioned. No one within WWE was actively discussing the intriguing developments, despite the intense discourse on social media.
This changed during the latest edition of WWE’s The Bump, as co-host Matt Camp brought up the topic that has dominated wrestling fans’ minds. When asking Kayla Braxton for her take on the subject, she stated how excited such stories make her:
“I don’t want to know what’s going [on]. I love things like this because I feel like a fan…I’m going to [be] just as surprised and excited as people watching at home.”
As it stands, the identity behind the figure remains unknown. Windham Rotunda, the former Bray Wyatt, is leading fan discussion. ‘The Eater of Worlds’ was anonymous with mystic, supernatural mannerisms during his WWE career. Malakai Black has also entered the conversation, with a recent teaser containing the lyrics to his old WWE entrance music.
The latest QR code, displayed during the 26 September Monday Night Raw, led fans to a TikTok video from the user @_comewithme. Containing archived footage of WWE and ECW performers, it focused on the phrase, “Who killed the world? You did”, and had coordinates leading fans to the postal code of Corbin, Kentucky.