In the past week, WWE has gone through somewhat of a tumultuous period. The coronavirus pandemic forced them to relocate WrestleMania 36 from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida to the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. The company's stock price tumbled again to $29.10 before recovering, with it now at $32.75. They also had to cancel all house shows scheduled for the coming weeks.
Another difficult incident seemingly occurred last night as the company's Twitter account appeared to have been hacked. WWE's profile picture was changed to a black circle, its header was amended to a white background, and the bio was altered to "Expose. W a t c h i n g. //." The account then tweeted "The Truth Will Be Heard" upside down.
Whether the company was genuinely hacked or if it was part of an angle remains to be seen. Matt Hardy tweeted "The Truth Will Be Heard" soon after, but his debut in AEW appears to be imminent. Another name hinted at is recent signee Killer Kross, who is famous for his cryptic messages on social media and TV.