Remembering Bray Wyatt

Remembering Bray Wyatt: Former WWE Champion's Untimely Passing at 36 Due to Heart Attack

Bray Wyatt

Windham Rotunda, who competed in WWE as Bray Wyatt and The Fiend, was a third-generation wrestler with deep roots in the world of professional wrestling. World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) star Bray Wyatt passed away on Thursday, as announced by the company’s Chief Content Officer Paul “Triple H” Levesque on social media. He was 36 years old. According to TMZ, Mr. Wyatt’s death was the result of a heart-related issue.

A few hours ago, Paul Levesque posted on Twitter: “We received a call from WWE Hall of Famer Mike Rotunda, who informed us of the sad news that a member of our WWE family, Windham Rotunda, also known as Bray, has unexpectedly passed away today. Our condolences are with his family, and we want everyone to respect their privacy at this time.”

According to ESPN, Due to an undisclosed health issue, Wyatt, whose actual name was Windham Rotunda, had been absent from WWE for a while. He had been with WWE since 2009, except for a year in 2021 and 2022 when he was surprisingly released. Rotunda returned to WWE in September with a much-anticipated and mysterious storyline, including enigmatic vignettes that helped boost television ratings.

As per TMZ, Mr. Wyatt held the WWE World Championship three times, including one WWE Championship reign and two Universal Championship reigns. He took a brief hiatus from August 2018 to April 2019 and returned with a new character, The Fiend.

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Mr. Wyatt came from a lineage of wrestlers Hall of Famer Mike Rotunda was his father. According to news outlets, his grandfather, Blackjack Mulligan, left his mark as a professional wrestler, and the tradition continued with his uncles, Barry and Kendall Windham, who also made their careers in the world of wrestling.

Former WWE champion Bray Wyatt passed away at the age of 36 due to a heart attack.

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