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A Redditor Has Been Leaking WWE Outcomes For Months


In February on r/SquaredCircle, Reddit’s pro wrestling forum, one poster kicked off a “prediction series,” asking users to pick who they expected to win at that week’s Elimination Chamber pay-per-view event. The winner was a user named “Dolphins1925,” who posted just minutes before the start of the event, and nailed the results of every single match. It was the first sign that WWE had sprung a leak.

“I will win this guaranteed,” Dolphins1925 wrote as he made his picks. “I know all the winners.”

That sort of confidence in itself isn’t unusual; neither is someone scoring 100 percent on his predictions. Pro wrestling is fairly predictable. Pay attention to who’s being pushed and who’s being buried, combine that with dirtsheet rumors on what storylines are coming down the pipe, and you can get a pretty good sense of what’s going to happen at any given event.

No, what’s weird about Dolphins1925’s perfect slate is that he made his picks for the next pay-per-view, and the next, all the way down to last night’s Money in the Bank event, and he’s been completely right, every single time. He’s 38 for 38 in predicting the results of matches. He’s not just some fan guessing. He knows WWE’s plans.

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8 Responses

  1. Drew says:

    Put them through a table!

  2. Scott II says:

    It’s as stupid as revealing how a book or movie goes. No duh most of us know wrestling is scripted. Let us enjoy (or rip) the product without some joker yelling out he knows exactly what happens

  3. IronFNmaiden says:

    @ Scott H

    Oh hush

    This guy didn’t force anyone to read his calls, people WANTING to read predictions had to click there, he did nothing wrong nor did he ruin it for anyone

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