So there's this fan theory about Wonder Woman, but there are SPOILERS ahead so be careful if you haven't seen the movie yet! Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF DC / Warner Bros. OK, so we were introduced to the creepy and evil Dr. Poison, right? Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF DC / Warner Bros. And she created a formula for the even more creepy and evil General Ludendorff to "restore his strength," right? DC / Warner Bros. Let's see...who else have we heard about in the DC universe who uses a special mix of chemicals to become super strong? Oh yeah, BANE. DC Comics The theory, posited by Comicbook.com, suggests that Dr. Poison's strength-enhancing gas is the basis for the "venom" that gives Bane his super strength many years later. DC / Warner Bros. Of course, Tom Hardy's Bane in The Dark Knight Rises didn't use the super-steroid, but we're in a new DC universe now, so perhaps this Bane will. Warner Bros. If that's the case, Batfleck is going to have quite the challenge, considering the hopped-up Ludendorff went toe-to-toe with Wonder Woman for a hot minute there. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF DC / Warner Bros. Better keep lifting, Bruce. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF DC / Warner Bros.