Was “The Fiend” referencing “The Dead Man” with his cryptic “11:19” reference during Monday night’s WWE RAW show at Madison Square Garden in New York City?
Speculation online is that “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt’s “11:19” reference on this week’s WWE RAW show was related to The Undertaker.
During his popular “Firefly Funhouse” segment on Monday night’s RAW at MSG, Wyatt made a reference to a clock that read the time, “11:19,” which sparked the social media world and lit it on fire with WWE fans posting and speculating on what the cryptic reference from “The Eater of Worlds” meant.
“The Phenom” made his official debut with WWE on November 19, 1990 (11/19/1990) at a WWE Superstars taping. He would make his much more well-known television debut a few nights later on November 22, 1990.
Whether or not Wyatt’s “11:19” reference was, in fact, related to The Undertaker remains to be seen.
As noted, “The Fiend” is targeting the winner of the Seth Rollins vs. Braun Strowman match for the WWE Universal Championship at this Sunday’s WWE Clash Of Champions 2019 pay-per-view for a match inside the legendary “Hell In A Cell” structure at the following WWE Hell In A Cell 2019 PPV.
Could “The Fiend” be planting the seeds for a future, post-WWE Hell In A Cell 2019 PPV showdown against “The Dead Man,” potentially for the WWE Universal Championship depending on how things play out with Rollins/Strowman/Wyatt?
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