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WWE Wrestler Bray Wyatt Passes Away at Age 36

Bray Wyatt, a popular professional wrestler known for his persona “The Fiend,” has passed away at the age of 36, according to an announcement made by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). The news, shared on the WWE website, stated that Wyatt’s death was unexpected, but did not provide any details regarding the cause.

Wyatt, whose real name was Windham Rotunda, had a successful career in WWE, becoming the champion in 2017. He was known for his captivating performances and incredible in-ring presence, making him a defining superstar of his generation.

Wyatt came from a family with a strong wrestling background. His grandfather, Robert Deroy Windham, also known as Blackjack Mulligan, his father, Mike Rotunda, and two of his uncles, Barry and Kendall Windham, all had careers in WWE. Wyatt’s grandfather even played college football and had a brief stint with the New York Jets.

Aside from his wrestling career, Wyatt had a connection to the sport of football as well. He redshirted on the Troy football team in 2007.

WWE expressed its condolences to the Rotunda family, friends, and fans of Bray Wyatt. His unexpected passing has left the wrestling world in shock and mourning.

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