Bray Wyatt, a renowned professional wrestler and former champion in World Wrestling Entertainment, passed away on Thursday, as officially announced by the company. He was just 36 years old at the time of his passing.
While WWE did not immediately disclose the details regarding the location or cause of his unexpected death, they expressed their condolences and sorrow over this loss.
Windham Rotunda, known as Bray Wyatt in the wrestling world, was the son of WWE Hall of Fame wrestler Mike Rotunda. WWE’s Chief Content Officer, Paul “Triple H” Levesque, shared a message on social media, expressing their thoughts and extending their support to Wyatt’s family during this difficult time, requesting privacy.
Wyatt achieved significant success during his wrestling career, including becoming the WWE Champion in 2017. He portrayed various characters over the years, such as a member of The Wyatt Family and an eerie masked persona known as The Fiend.
The news of Bray Wyatt’s passing deeply saddened not only the wrestling community but also reached beyond it. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, an actor and former wrestler, expressed his heartbreak on social media and conveyed his enduring respect and affection for Wyatt and the Rotunda family.