Five WWE mysteries which will always remain unansweredLast updated on Jan 06, 2019, 12:47 pm
While most of the WWE storylines are given closure, others have always remained hidden in the shroud of mysteries, and fans have never been given the answers they had so dearly craved while following these stories intently.
These might be just incidents or outcomes, or even the use of objects which have remained unexplained.
Here are five such unanswered mysteries of WWE.
Hade Vansen never showed up anymore
There have been instances when newcomers are made the focus of attention by giving them an attractive gimmick to garner interest in them.
Not all made it big, and some were dropped as abruptly as they had come.
On an episode of SmackDown, Hade Vansen appeared on the screen promising to fulfill a prophecy, but surprisingly never showed up again to do so.
Who was the "Imposter Kane" and what was his purpose?
WWE created this storyline as abruptly as it ended it, without providing any explanation whatsoever.
The unmasked Kane was on Raw attacked by a masked version of himself who walked, talked and even played the same entrance music as Kane did during his initial days.
Kane managed to chase the imposter out, but who he was, why did he come, were never explained further.
King of the Ring
Who raised the 1999 King of the Ring briefcase?
On June 7, 1999, Stone Cold had to fight Vince and Shane McMahon in a ladder match to secure control of the WWE.
He had to climb up the ladder and collect the briefcase, hanging from above the ring.
Whenever Austin reached out, the briefcase moved higher up, only to come down when Shane reached for it.
WWE never explained this manipulation.
Who was the Raw Anonymous General manager in 2014?
The original Anonymous General Manager whose run lasted from mid-2010 to mid-2011 was revealed to be Hornswoggle, WWE's most popular midget.
However, in November 2014, the Anonymous General Manager returned again, promising to bring back order to Raw.
However, this storyline was then suddenly dropped and there were no further explanations given about the new GM.
What was actually inside The Undertaker's urn?
As long as Paul Bearer was The Undertaker's manager, he was always seen with an urn.
It presumably contained some magical thing which supplied Undertaker with strength when he was overpowered inside the ring.
We have seen beams of light, ash, and smoke come out of that urn, but what it actually carried, or the myth behind it was never truly explained by WWE.