Former-WWE champion, Bray Wyatt, dies at 36

Bray Wyatt dies at age 36
Bray Wyatt dies at age 36
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Former World Wrestling Entertainment champion Windham Rotunda, known by his ring name Bray Wyatt, has passed away at the age of 36.

Bray Wyatt dies at age 36
Bray Wyatt dies at age 36

The news of his untimely death was officially announced by WWE on Thursday. WWE’s Chief Content Officer, Paul “Triple H” Levesque, shared a message urging everyone to respect the privacy of Rotunda’s family during this difficult time. 

Additionally, actor and former wrestler “The Rock” expressed his sorrow, stating, “I’m deeply saddened by the news of Bray Wyatt’s passing. I always held great respect and affection for him and the Rotunda family.” Rotunda’s legacy in professional wrestling will undoubtedly be remembered by fans and colleagues alike.

Back in 2017, Wyatt, whose father is the WWE Hall of Fame wrestler Mike Rotunda, achieved the esteemed title of WWE champion.

Throughout his journey, he embraced different wrestling personas, highlighting his remarkable versatility.

He played a significant role within The Wyatt Family, a group known for their unique aura. Moreover, he adopted a haunting masked identity referred to as The Fiend, introducing an element of mystique and dread to his persona.

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