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Wyatt Sick6’s Message Interrupts Triple H On The Pat McAfee Show

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Pat McAfee’s show has recently been plagued by a series of mysterious interruptions, sparking widespread speculation among fans.

The trouble began on the June 20 episode of The Pat McAfee Show when the broadcast abruptly ended after a peculiar sound, reminiscent of The Wyatt Sick6’s arrival signal, caused a power outage. McAfee acknowledged the odd timing but downplayed the incident as mere coincidence.

However, the following day brought more intrigue. During the June 21 edition of the show, a cryptic “You Lied” message appeared on the screen, once again reminding viewers of the Wyatt Sick6’s distinct style.

The mystery deepened on June 24, when WWE Chief Content Officer Triple H was a guest on the show. As the interview proceeded, another “You Lied” message interrupted the broadcast. This time, the show continued without a hitch, but the interruption did not go unnoticed.

Triple H humorously asked if everyone was alright, while McAfee pointed to producer Evan Fox as the potential culprit. Fox, however, claimed that the switchboard froze each time the message appeared. McAfee dismissed Fox’s explanation, and Triple H joked that they wouldn’t take the interruptions seriously until someone was physically attacked, referencing the recent ambush of Chad Gable on RAW.

Triple H admitted that while the interruptions could be mere technical glitches, the timing was suspiciously coincidental. He lightheartedly expressed hope that everyone would be safe and present for the next episode, leaving viewers in suspense about the true nature of the disruptions.

You can watch it below:

During the show, Triple H said the following about Chad Gable after last week’s attack by The Wyatt Sick6:

“Yeah, he’s good. You see things on TV, and it escalated quickly from, ‘Here’s Chad Gable laying down, he’s obviously unconscious, got a little blood on him,’ to, ‘Oh my god, he got shot in the head, he’s dead.’

Here’s obituaries being put up on him and people wishing him well. Look, it’s one of the wonderful things about our fans is, they just love to be engaged in the product and to, in their minds, fantasize where it can go and what it’s gonna be. It’s an awesome part of what we do.

Every now and then, we gotta pull back into reality a little bit, like, ‘No, Chad Gable is still alive,’ if we can just clarify that for the record.

He’s still alive, and if you come to [RAW] tonight, you will probably see him actually competing. That’s the kind of stud he is.”

Gable broke his silence after the Wyatt Sick6 attack by tweeting the following:

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