It’s Uncle Hoody [redacted]? – Side Seats

On October 14 SmackdownAnd the Bray Wyatt’s first promo After returning to WWE this weekend before… someone wearing a mask we first saw during the reveal of ‘White Rabbit’ at the end of… Strict rules.

Wyatt has to finish his thoughts this time. In a behind-the-scenes speech, coinciding with rising tensions for his new entry music, Code Orange’s “Shatter,” Bray began speaking in the same “real” voice he used last week. But before he finished his confession, Wyatt went back to the kind of oral messages we always associated with him.

“I’m sorry for the past week. I couldn’t finish what I was saying. But no problem. I will now.

I’ve been saying all along that revenge is an admission of pain. And it is – I still think so. I feel like confessing a few things to you guys today. I feel like this could help, right? So here goes.

“I admit I have problems. I know I have problems. I’ve always had problems. It’s not hard for people to see. But there are a few of them, like anger, that sometimes can take me to places I don’t want to be. Last time, it took me somewhere.” I shouldn’t have come back from it. I really shouldn’t have. But for whatever reason, I get opportunities. Chances that most people won’t get.

“But I admit I was happy this time, I was content to be left alone. I was fine with it over. I wanted you to stop saying my name, you wanted to leave me alone. But I admit I’m really glad you didn’t.

“Because I needed you. I needed you all. You pulled the spears from my ribs and pulled me in. You told me what I was supposed to do without you having to tell me, and I’m grateful for that.”

“Because now I can see. I know who you are. I know what you want, I know what you’re trying to do. But it won’t work. I confess that during this journey I will do terrible things, but I will never feel sorry for them. I’m just a maid now. I go where The circle takes me.”

As noted by the main man, Gino Moresco in for him Smackdown reconsideringIt all sounds pretty cool even if (or because) we don’t know what he’s talking about. I? I’m just excited because it’s a tie Business Department back to this.

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The biggest mystery remains, just who is Wyatt talking about? I think at first it is us. But from the point where he admitted he was glad we didn’t leave him alone, he could have addressed the fans, his inner demonsor both.

It’s a question that became even more important when… someone answered Bray later in the show.

“Why are you lying to me? You should never lie to the ones you love…hello.”

The person in the mask saying “Howdy” appears to be a different mask than the one seen earlier in the video, and is also the one who interrupted Bray last Friday that we saw elsewhere during the “White Rabbit” chase. An obvious guess is this new mask in “Uncle Howdy,” which we learned about when WWE introduced the brands By this name and “Uncle Harper”.

Does this mean that the first mask is “Uncle Harper”? Are any of these Wyatt characters already? Appearances are part of his personality? Online detectives linked ‘Uncle Hoody’ to another Common, this former Ring of Honor & Impact wrestler Vinnie Marseille signs with WWE as part of this story. I’ve heard some people say it’s Marseille’s voice, but I don’t have my ears good enough to judge. For comparison’s sake, here’s Vinny’s promo:

I can tell you that Marsiglia – and his co-star in The Righteous, Dutch (Bill Carr) – is. Friends with Wyatt. And there are a lot of things on their social media that seem to connect them to this story, including Pictures with the number 6 in them (as in White 6) and what looks like a Right side copy of the Bray butterfly logo.

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We get another QR code in this video, which leads to this linkAnd here’s Bray’s psychological evaluation:

Which, like Bray’s promo, is a neat detail but doesn’t tell much in the way of new information. Customer ID, however, is a phone number, and that gives you a voicemail of someone whispering words from “The Man Who Sold the World” to David Bowie: “Oh no, not me. I’ve never lost control. Oh no, not me. We have never lost control.” “.

Are you still with us? Let’s see where the circuit takes us…


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