At the conclusion of tonight’s WWE Extreme Rules Premium Live Event at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the veteran Superstar made his comeback after the organisation surprisingly dismissed him on July 31, 2021. This was the culmination of the well-liked White Rabbit promotion, which had its start at WWE events a few weeks earlier.
The Brawling Brutes’ victory over Imperium in the Donnybrook Match served as the first indication of the White Rabbit campaign at Extreme Rules. The animated White Bunny teaser from Friday’s SmackDown was swiftly cut to after The Brutes entered the ring, showing the rabbit jumping down the X. Without making any note of the announcers’ interruption, the programme then abruptly returned to The Brawling Brutes.
Matt Riddle’s victory against Seth Rollins in the Fight Pit, with UFC Hall of Famer Daniel Cormier serving as the special referee, was the main event of Extreme Rules. The lights went off after the game and Michael Cole pretended to be leaving for the evening. Cole questioned Corey Graves as to whether they were still on the air as Wyatt’s “Whole world in his grasp…” song started playing.
Several life-size Firefly Fun House puppets could be seen in the audience beneath spotlights when the camera started rolling. Along with the head on top of the announce table, the Fiend was also depicted among the audience. The Fun House’s remnants were also displayed before a door was forced open and a masked figure emerged carrying a lantern. The crowd erupted, and the mask-wearing man took it off to expose Wyatt, who was now wearing a nose ring. Wyatt’s emblem suddenly appeared on the screen, and the crowd went dark once more. Then, Extreme Rules was no longer broadcast.
There has been no confirmation of Wyatt’s attendance at Monday’s RAW season opener from Brooklyn, but we’ll keep you informed of any new information as it becomes available.