Erick Rowan Spotted at WWE PC in Orlando

Erick Rowan Spotted at WWE PC in Orlando

Erick Rowan Spotted at WWE PC in Orlando – The ongoing storyline surrounding the mysterious QR codes and production glitches on WWE programming has captured fans’ attention. These enigmatic QR codes have been flashing as screen glitches, leaving viewers speculating about their true purpose.

According to recent reports, these glitches are all part of the buildup toward the introduction of a new faction tied to Bray Wyatt’s intellectual property. This intriguing group is rumored to feature Bo Dallas, Nikki Cross, Dexter Lumis, Joe Gacy, and Erick Rowan.

As anticipation mounts for their impending debut, Erick Rowan has been spotted at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida this week.

There has been speculation that Rowan is returning since it was announced that he had pulled out of several independent bookings, including one for East Coast Pro Wrestling (ECPW), due to “new contractual obligations,” which makes it sound like he’s going back to WWE.

Rowan was later spotted in Pittsburgh, a typical city where WWE sends talent to get medical tests done before they’re signed. It’s still unclear when the group will appear on WWE television.

Stay tuned to WrestlingAttitudeWA.Com On Twitter and Google News for more.

Erick Rowan Spotted at WWE PC in Orlando

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