Bray Wyatt, a well-known WWE world champion who held the championship three times, died unexpectedly at the age of 36.

The wrestler has been dealing with an undisclosed health problem that had kept him out of the ring since February. Nonetheless, his death was reported as abrupt and unexpected by his family.

WWE’s content officer, Triple H, broke the news of Wyatt’s death on social media. Windham Rotunda, Wyatt’s true name, had died in an unexpected way, he confessed.

Dwayne Johnson, widely known as The Rock, was among many who paid respect to the wrestling legend. Johnson shared his grief and strong affection for Wyatt on the network formerly known as Twitter. He applauded Wyatt’s distinct personality, his ring performances, and his strong bond with the WWE fan base.

WWE commentator Mick Foley joined in the tributes. Foley praised Wyatt as a brilliant visionary and one of wrestling’s most compelling characters.

Bray Wyatt hailed from a wrestling family that includes his grandpa, Blackjack Mulligan, father, Mike Rotunda, and younger brother, Bo Dallas.

Wyatt, who was born on May 23, 1987, in Brooksville, Florida, rose to prominence as a state wrestling champion during his high school years. Despite receiving a football scholarship to Troy University, he dropped out to pursue his passion for professional wrestling. In 2009, he made his professional wrestling debut.

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