It may be fairly tough to keep away from main spoilers for an anime or manga you are leaping into for the primary time, so take into account it a shock that WWE followers weren’t protected as an enormous spoiler for Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba was casually dropped as a part of the most recent WWE Friday Night time SmackDown‘s commentary! Demon Slayer Season 3 is presently tearing up screens as the most well-liked new anime of the Spring 2023 anime schedule, however regardless of its attain, there are nonetheless many followers who’ve but to see or learn any of the sequence’ anime or manga releases but.

Whereas it is technically probably the most well-known spoiler for the Demon Slayer: Mugen Prepare Arc film main into the occasions of Demon Slayer Season 2, Kyojuro Rengoku’s destiny within the anime remains to be an enormous second that pushes predominant star Tanjiro Kamado in an enormous new path. However now there are followers of WWE Friday Night time SmackDown who know what occur to Rengoku because the character’s destiny was casually snuck into the commentary from Wade Barrett hyping up an enormous match coming to the WWE Backlash premium dwell occasion this weekend:

How Does the WWE Spoil Demon Slayer?

Within the clip shared by @Maffewgregg on Twitter, WWE SmackDown commentator Wade Barrett alludes to the truth that WWE Celebrity (and identified Demon Slayer fan) Zelina Vega has been displaying off a glance paying homage to Demon Slayer’s Rengoku. As Vega is difficult Rhea Ripley for the WWE Girls’s SmackDown Championship at WWE Backlash this weekend, Barrett principally jokes that Rengoku died within the sequence and Vega’s possibilities on the championship title might find yourself sharing the identical destiny.

Not solely is it a dig at each Rengoku and Vega for his or her fights in opposition to their “demonic” opponents, it is also only a informal spoiler for any Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba anime followers who’ve but to meet up with the present occasions of the anime or manga. However when you wished to test it out, you’ll find all of Demon Slayer‘s anime run (together with the Mugen Prepare film) now streaming with Crunchyroll.

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