Update on Reddit User “Dolphins1925” – Makes Statement During SummerSlam PPV; Claims WWE is Trying to Throw Him Off

Mike Killam

Infamous Reddit user "Dolphins1925", who has been making a name for himself as a mole within the WWE, spoke out during last night's WWE SummerSlam pay-per-view. Before the event, several websites were claiming that he had made his official "predictions" for the show – all reports claiming this were fake. 

"First and foremost, I want to make it clear that this has been my only account, and my only user name that I have ever posted on. I am not on any social media. I don't post on any other forums, and I have never revealed myself to anyone. The rumors claiming that I have been caught by WWE are totally false. I have not contacted the WWE in any way and my identity is well protected.

"From the information I have received, WWE Personnel will do anything to ensure I do not go undefeated again. It is my understanding that some of the matches on tonight's card have multiple scripts, including the MAIN EVENT, which to my knowledge, Vince changed on a whim TODAY. Therefore, it would be fruitless and deceiving to post all spoilers to an event where the outcomes have otherwise not yet been fully revealed."

"Dolphins" went on to make a few predictions throughout the night, including Alberto del Rio retaining the world championship, Bray Wyatt winning his match, and Brock Lesnar defeating CM Punk. He also created a new Twitter handle – @DolphinsReddit – that has since been suspended for unknown reasons. His last post on Reddit before the main event was not a prediction, but a claim that very few people were told the outcome of Daniel Bryan's match with John Cena. 

"I have received news from my source that the script for the Main Event has been changing CONSTANTLY; and that the newest script of results are not known by anybody but a VERY select few in the company."

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