Bray Wyatt, WWE Star Passes at 36: Triple H Confirms

WWE's Bray Wyatt, aka Windham Rotunda, passes away at 36. Triple H confirms the sad news. Wyatt, a third-generation wrestler, achieved WWE Championship success in 2017. Tributes flow for his iconic legacy.

WWE mourns the loss of Bray Wyatt, a revered Superstar with a legacy of remarkable achievements 

Former WWE champion Windham Rotunda, known as Bray Wyatt, passed away at 36 as confirmed by WWE’s chief content officer Paul Levesque (Triple H) on X (formerly Twitter). WWE also issued a statement confirming the news. Wyatt, a third-generation professional wrestler, had a remarkable career with mesmerizing performances and in-ring prowess, earning him recognition as a defining Superstar. 

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He achieved notable milestones, including winning the WWE Championship in 2017. Wyatt hailed from a wrestling lineage, being the son of Mike Rotunda, a Hall of Fame wrestler, and grandson of Blackjack Mulligan. Tributes poured in from fans and fellow wrestlers like Dwayne Johnson (The Rock), who praised Wyatt’s unique character. He is survived by his partner Joseann Offerman, a former WWE announcer and his children, Chris Legentil, a WWE spokesperson. The family also provided information on his passing away to the media. 

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