‘I am coming’: WWE airs another mystery vignette with references to The Undertaker, Seth Rollins and Rey Mysterio
Posted by  badge Boss on Jul 19
Who is behind the cryptic message? (Picture: WWE)

WWE continues to tease something big with another mystery vignette on Raw last night with fans expecting Edge to have something to do with it.

The Rated R Superstar has been off screen for weeks now after his and welcomed Finn Balor into the ranks, but a series of cryptic videos could be pointing to a return.

Another of the ominous promos aired during Monday night’s show, with blink-and-you-miss-it references to some more significant names.

As well as Rey Mysterio’s mask and a photo of Seth Rollins, fans also spotted The Undertaker’s signature urn in the video, while there were flashes of the Randy Orton RKO t-shirt and Mick Foley’s red flannel shirt which .

In another twist, the vignette featured the mystery figure writing a sinister warning in blood, teasing: ‘I am coming to’, with the full sentence – and its wider meaning – unclear.

While the references to Rey, Seth and Undertaker all fit with the first two videos – the three of them have their own storied history with Edge – the writing adds another wrinkle.

Fans think Edge could be out for revenge on Judgment Day (Picture: WWE)

It seems certain Edge is involved, but the style of the message – and the production of the overall packages – still seem reminiscent of Bray Wyatt, with the blood red writing in particular harking back to The Fiend.

Going back to Edge, the second video also featured a nod to John Cena, featured what appeared to be Eddie Guerrero’s Latino Heat license plate, Kurt Angle’s Olympic Gold Medal, Bubba Ray Dudley’s signature broken glasses and Jeff Hardy’s sleeves.

One theory still doing the rounds on Twitter is that Edge and Wyatt could be working together, with the former Fiend – who was shockingly released by WWE last summer – helping Edge in his battle against Judgment Day.

One person who would be happy to see Bray back in the fold is Alexa Bliss,.

She exclusively told Metro.co.uk: ‘Before he left, he just said, “Keep it alive, keep it going”, so I took that to heart and tried to keep it alive and going. If he ever did return, a hundred percent I’d want to work with him.’

WWE Raw airs Monday nights at 1am on BT Sport 1.