A new QR code has appeared on the 9/26 edition of WWE Raw.
The code links to a TikTok video, which mimicks the previously noted message of 'Who killed the world? You did'. The message is pieced together by various WWE promos from stars such as The Rock, Road Dogg, and Cody Rhodes. The description of the video contains more coordinates, which lead to a giant pink bunny art sculpture in Italy.
The coordinates take you to a place in Italy where a giant pink bunny appeared a few years back pic.twitter.com/NOf40yxITH— -- Valorbius -- (@LaValsey) September 27, 2022
The video also flashes the number 40701. Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp noted that the number is the zip code of Corbin, Kentucky, a town where The Fiend succuessfully defended his Universal Championship against The Miz back in 2020.
I have a lot of people reaching out about the 40701 in the White Rabbit video.— Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com (@SeanRossSapp) September 27, 2022
That's the zip code for Corbin, Kentucky, a town WWE runs sometimes out here.
The Fiend defended the Universal Title there against the Miz in January 2020. I know of no other connection there
Meanwhile, the source code of the website possibly contains another hint, as the line 'No man is every truly good, no man is ever truly evil'. This is the beginning line from Aleister Black's theme song that he used during a large chunk of his run in WWE.
WHOAHHH!— Ryan Satin (@ryansatin) September 27, 2022
While searching for the QR code on here, because I was having trouble on my TV, I saw someone pointing to the source code of the website for some reason.
When you look at it, however, the code has the opening lyrics to ALEISTER BLACK’S THEME!!! https://t.co/liqyYtWwvd
In recent days, Fightful Select has reported that Black is effectively finished with AEW and has told at least one person that he is interested in a return to WWE.
Furthermore, the link to the video features the letter/number combination of 930YWG. On September 30, WWE will be in Winnipeg for WWE SmackDown. Winnipeg's airport abbrevation is YWG.
There is also a "930YWG" in the URL of the White Rabbit video. 9-30 is this weekend's Smackdown. YWG is the Winnipeg airport. That's where the show is. Winnipeg, not the airport— Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com (@SeanRossSapp) September 27, 2022
The White Rabbit teasers on last week's SmackDown featured coordinates that led to this week's venue for WWE Raw. To learn more about those teasers, click here.