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Bray Wyatt, the WWE wrestler, passed away at the age of 36

WWE Champion Bray Wyatt has passed away unexpectedly at the age of 36. Bray Wyatt is best known as a professional wrestler. And he showed new characters during his wrestling.

Bray Wyatt has passed away at the age of 36, although no cause of death has been given. The announcement was made on Twitter by WWE Chief Content Officer Bowles, and fans have been disappointed ever since.

Bray Wyatt’s full name was Windham Rotunda and had not been appearing in WWE for several months. Experts say that he had some health problem and may have died because of that health problem.

Bray Wyatt
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Leaving this world at such a young age is very sad for his family and supporters. If seen in the history of WWE, Bray Wyatt was together since 2019 but after 2021 and 22 he was suddenly thrown out.

However, in September last year, his re-entry in WWE saw a huge boost in television ratings as well. Now after the news of death, his supporters are paying tribute in many ways on Twitter.

Sharing the news of his death, Levesque was the first to write that WWE Hall of Famer Mike Tunda just called and gave us the sad news that Windham Rotunda better known as Bray Wyatt passed away today unexpectedly. formally passed away. And we pray for the peace of his soul.

Bray White used to charm the crowd with the slogan “Follow the budget” during his game, and that’s probably why the world loved him.

Bray Wyatt and his family

The entire family of Rotunda has been from the family of wrestlers. First of all, if we talk about him, his grandfather Blackjack Hen was also a wrestler and his father Mike Rotunda also wrestled for WWE.

His younger brothers were also involved in the same sport. His family includes his 4 children who will now spend the rest of their lives without the support of their father.

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