One more loss has been suffered by the wrestling industry, just days after the passing of WWE Hall of Famer Terry Funk. Former WWE champion Windham Rotunda, popularly known as Bray Wyatt, passed away on August 24 at the age of 36. The announcement of his death was made by 14-time World Champion and Chief Content Officer, ‘Triple H.’ Wyatt is reported to have passed away due to a heart attack, as confirmed by wrestling reporter Sean Ross Sapp on X.
In a post on X (formerly known as Twitter), Sapp wrote, “Just received a call from WWE Hall of Famer Mike Rotunda who informed us of the tragic news that Windham Rotunda, also known as Bray Wyatt, was a lifelong member of our WWE family until his untimely death earlier today.
During his career, Wyatt achieved significant success in WWE, becoming world champion three times He twice held the Universal Championship in addition to the WWE Championship. Reports from the media indicated that there were rumours of him dealing with an injury, which is why he hadn’t been seen on TV since February 2023.