Bray Wyatt, popularly known as “The Fiend” has passed away,
the World Wrestling Champion (WWE) has announced. The
36-year-old world champion was struggling with a life
World Wrestling Champion (WWE) champion Bray Wyatt
died on Thursday, the
has WWE announced. Popularly known as “The Fiend”, his last
televised performance was at the 2023 Royal Rumble.
He was close to returning to the
The world champion had not competed since January and
as per reports he was nearing a comeback to the ring. He
said to be dealing with a life-threatening disease and was
taking precautions to ensure long-term health.
He was improving significantly and was medically cleared to wrestle again, reports have said.
Condolences have started pouring in for the former WWE Champion. “The world lost a good one today. Bray Wyatt’s story telling ability along with his unique creativity in the ring was a force that kept your eyes glued to the television screen. Windham Rotunda’s fun-loving, free spirit paired with his infectious laugh is what I will truly miss the most. My thoughts and prayers go out to the Rotunda family. Rest well my friend,” The Miz has tweeted
Cause of death
As per the article available on the WWE website, Bray
Wyatt died “unexpectedly”. The website did not mention
the cause of the death. However, several media reports
have said the reason to be heart attack. “WWE superstar
Bray Wyatt has died at the age of 36 after reportedly
suffering a heart attack,” the Daily Mail reported citing
“I was given permission to reveal that earlier this year
Windham Rotunda (Bray Wyatt) got
exacerbated a heart issues. There was a lot of positive
progress towards a return and his recovery. Unfortunately
today he suffered a heart attack and passed away,” Sean
Ross Sapp tweeted on X.
The 36-year-old is survived by his fianceee WWE ring
announcer JoJo and their two children and ex-wife
Samantha Rotunda and their two daughters.
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