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WWE’s Bray Wyatt dead – Windham Rotunda’s cause of death revealed in obituary

– WWE wrestler Bray Wyatt passes away at 34
– Cause of death not disclosed yet
– Wyatt’s family and WWE universe share their emotions on his loss

The professional wrestling world is mourning the loss of Bray Wyatt, a WWE Superstar, who died at the age of 34. While the cause of his death hasn’t been disclosed yet, his demise was confirmed by his brother, Bo Dallas, on Instagram.

Windham Lawrence Rotunda, better known as Bray Wyatt, was a third-generation wrestler, with both his father and grandfather having made their names in the wrestling world. He debuted in WWE back in 2009 and quickly rose to fame in the years that followed. With his various personas, Wyatt kept both the WWE Superstars and fans on their toes, making him one of the most popular and enigmatic wrestlers in the sport.

Among his in-ring achievements are several world titles, including the Universal Championship and WWE Championship. Wyatt will be remembered for his terrific abilities and the impact he made on the wrestling world in such a short period of time. Wyatt’s creativity was highly appreciated by fellow wrestlers and audiences alike.

Many from the wrestling fraternity and fans took to social media to share their emotions and express their condolences. Fellow WWE Superstar, Big E, called him “incredibly talented” and a “true friend.” Stephanie McMahon, WWE Chief Brand Officer, sent her prayers to Wyatt’s family.

“Words cannot express how much we will miss our dear friend, Bray Wyatt,” McMahon wrote on Twitter. “Our thoughts and prayers are with his family during this very difficult time.”

While further details about Wyatt’s death have not been released, it is evident that he has left an indelible mark in professional wrestling. With his loss, the wrestling world has lost a true entertainer and a remarkable athlete.

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