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WWE wrestler Bray Wyatt has passed away

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

WWE wrestler Bray Wyatt has passed away. He was 36.

An official cause of death has not been determined yet.

Death (Photo by Pixabay)

“Just received a call from WWE Hall of Famer Mike Rotunda who informed us of the tragic news that our WWE family member for life Windham Rotunda – also known as Bray Wyatt – unexpectedly passed earlier today,” WWE Chief Content Officer Paul “Triple H” Levesque said. “Our thoughts are with his family and we ask that everyone respect their privacy at this time.”

WWE had a COViD vaccine mandate. However, it is not clear if his death was due to that.

Rotunda was also known as The Fiend. He was also known as the leader of The Wyatt Family. He is now reunited with former Wyatt Family member Luke Harper, who passed away in December 2021.

When Rotunda was debuting in WWE, he was known as Husky Harris in Nexus. Before reaching WWE, he wrestled under numerous other names.

The WWE released Wyatt in 2021. But they eventually brought him back in 2022.

He had been sidelined since February. His last match was on February 26th when he defeated LA Knight in a Lights Out Street Fight at a house show at the BMO Harris Bank Center in Rockford, Illinois.

Rotunda, as Wyatt, had been involved in just eight matches this year. Those marches took place from January 28th through February 26th.

According to, Wyatt was involved in 1,077 matches in his career. He had 427 wins with 637 losses and 13 draws.

He won all eight matches this year.

“Rest in peace Windham Rotunda/Bray Wyatt,” fellow wrestler Frankie Kazarian said in a post on X. “My god…I’m so sorry. My thoughts are with his family and children…..I have nothing else right now. Godspeed to you my friend.”

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Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the Journalism field since August 2002. Since that time, Mr. Caruso has covered many marquee events. This includes 13 Heisman Trophy ceremonies, 2 Little World Series events, and one Army-Navy College Football game.
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