Bray Wyatt, a wrestler, has been reported dead, breaking devastating news for the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).
Announcing the devastating news that Windham Rotunda, also known as Bray Wyatt, had tragically gone away earlier today, WWE CEO Triple H tweeted on social media. “Just received a call from WWE Hall of Famer Mike Rotunda,” he said.
WWE Superstar, 36, allegedly passed shortly after suffering a heart attack, according to TMZ. Wrestling reporter Sean Ross Sapp claims to have spoken to the Rotunda family following the life-threatening medical emergency that occurred earlier today.
Under the ring name Husky Harris, Bray Wyatt joined the WWE main roster in 2010 before departing a year later. As the head of The Wyatt Family, a cult-like organization with dark ideas that also included the late Luke Harper and Erick Rowan, he returned to the main roster in 2013.
The faction gained popularity among the audience because to one of WWE’s best entrances at the time, which involved supporters lighting torches into the darkened arenas to give them a backwoods vibe. Braun Strowman was subsequently added to the group.
Later, after the Wyatt Family separated up, Wyatt introduced the Firefly Fun House, a children’s-style program in which he played a cheerful, entertaining persona with a few sinister moments thrown in.