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There is a new development in the WWE SmackDown hacker mystery

The SmackDown hacker made another appearance on this week’s episode of WWE Friday Night SmackDown with more clues being dropped ahead of the Money In The Bank pay-per-view but there was a new clue dropped after SmackDown on social media.

The new video starts out with Tamina beating Sasha Banks to earn a SmackDown Title match. Then it cuts to Bayley and Sasha at ringside after the match and Tamina standing tall in the ring with her hand being raised by Lace Evans.

The video then cuts to Big E winning the SmackDown Tag Team Titles in a match that also included The Miz and Jey Uso.

The next scene is of Carmella and Dana Brooke in a backstage segment where Carmella tells Dana that they need to focus on their match against Nikki Cross and Alexa Bliss. That is followed by the hacker talking about anger being a thing you hear before you see it.

The video then cuts to a voicemail from someone saying, “I’ll tell you one thing. Payback is coming and it’s coming real soon.”

It’s not clear yet what the hacker’s intentions are but last week the video that aired showed coordinates that matched up with the Performance Center in Orlando and a phone with the passcode 051020, which happens to line up with the date of the Money In The Bank pay-per-view.

The coordinates on the hacker’s Twitter account have been updated to 30.6174° N, 90.2612° W. Those coordinates point to “U Need Us” Uneedus, Louisiana. It’s anyone’s guess what this means but, in previous weeks, the coordinates have pointed to places like Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, Neversink, New York and Last Chance, Ohio. Truth or Consequences, New Mexico happens to be the gimmick hometown of Cactus Jack.

The prevailing theory among fans seems to be that there are at least two people behind the hacker videos with most people thinking that it’s Mustafa Ali and Chad Gable. It sounds like a woman’s voice in the voicemail played in the new video. Click here for slowed down audio of the video that seems to point to the voice of a former WWE star.

Here is the latest video from the hacker:






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