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Did WWE tease Bray Wyatt’s return to the SmackDown Live crowd?

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Did WWE tease the return of Bray Wyatt to the SmackDown Live crowd last night during a commercial break by playing a licensed rock song?

A curious thing was noticed by fans attending last night’s WWE SmackDown (September 16) when, during a commercial break, a strange thing happened.

During commercial breaks during live taping, WWE will play things like short video clips to keep fans interested and engaged, such as an amusing ‘DX Cam’ where you’re encouraged to show off your chops to the crowd.

However at last night’s taping, several fans online noted that during such a commercial break, rather than any promotional packages or announcements, what happened was a bit more awkward.

After the lights dimmed, a ’60s rock song started playing without any additional details.

The psychedelic anthem of a Jefferson airplane, the White Rabbit Light, played after the White Rabbit Light went off and several former fireflies in the crowd sprung into action with their phones in the air.

The song alone doesn’t mean that Bray Wyatt would return, but speculation began to mount that it was a sign of his imminent return.

However, other highly logical possibilities exist, including the song being licensed for the use of Carrion Cross, as he had previously used the name ‘The White Rabbit’ while wrestling with Lucha Underground.

While Cross did not appear on the show, he appeared through a backstage segment, continuing his feud with Drew McIntyre.

Bray Wyatt has always been in the wrestling news about whether he is making an imminent return with the most compelling evidence that has surfaced recently.

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Reportedly, Bray Wyatt has actually been in touch with WWE since Triple H took over the creative following the retirement of Vince McMahon.

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