This story includes spoilers for 'Avengers: Endgame.'
Marvel fans were gifted earlier this week with the second trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home. The sneak peek of the film shows a world after the events of Avengers: Endgame, with Peter Parker mourning Tony Stark's death. The trailer's major reveal, however, was the existence of a multiverse in the MCU due to Stark's snap at the end of Endgame "[tearing] a hole in our dimension," according to Nick Fury.
With such awesomeness happening in the trailer, including Tom Holland's Spider-Man meeting Jake Gyllenhaal's Mysterio, you may have not noticed an Easter egg that appeared.
Less than a minute into the trailer, we're given a comedic scene where Happy alerts Peter that he's received a phone call from Fury. Peter, who is reluctant to speak with the intimidating S.H.I.E.L.D. leader, directs the call to voicemail.
We then have a shot of Happy screaming, "You don't ghost Nick Fury!" But behind Happy, there's a poster for the wrestler Crusher Hogan, who Peter fought with in the comics not long after he got his powers.
In the comics, the wrestler offered $100 to whoever could survive in the ring with him for three minutes. However, Crusher was defeated handily by Peter, who wanted to put his newfound powers to the test.
As we all know, the MCU never gave our friendly neighborhood hero a full backstory, as he was introduced in Captain America: Civil War, which took place six months after he obtained his powers. We never saw the radioactive spider bite or Uncle Ben's death, so this Easter egg from Spidey's origin story is greatly appreciated by his diehard fans.