WWE Plays 'White Rabbit' At SmackDown, House Shows
Could Bray Wyatt be coming back to WWE?
One pill makes you larger, one pill makes you small, and a third pill seemingly affects WWE's lighting.
For the past three nights, 'White Rabbit' by Jefferson Airplane has played inside WWE arenas which has caused the lights to be shut off before a red glow illuminates the stage as the song comes to an end.
It first happened during a commercial break on Friday's episode of SmackDown and 'White Rabbit' played again at WWE's house shows from Bakersfield and Oakland on Saturday and Sunday.
There is no word on why WWE are playing 'White Rabbit' but Karrion Kross has teased on social media that the ominous music is related to him. Kross was previously The White Rabbit during his time in Lucha Underground.
It could all be a ruse from Kross, though, and speculation has suggested it is related to Bray Wyatt. The two-time Universal Champion has been away from WWE since his release in July of 2021 but Wyatt and his former employers have reportedly held talks about a return. Those negotiations did stall at one point but it is not considered a 'dead issue.'
Red lighting bathed the ring for many of Wyatt's matches under his 'The Fiend' moniker.