Bray Wyatt is a professional wrestler who debuted for Florida Championship Wrestling in 2009. His WWE NXT debut came in 2010 when he won the Florida Tag Team Title and he took home the 2017 WWE Title at the Elimination Chamber.
In the summer of 2019, Bray Wyatt unveiled “The Fiend” to the wrestling community, beginning a nearly two-year run that featured a WWE Universal Title reign, the inclusion of Alexa Bliss, the famed Hell in a Cell match with Seth Rollins, lighting himself on fire, and much more.
Bray Wyatt’s Early Life:
Bray won the Florida state wrestling championship in 2005 at the Hernando school. The Fiend and Alex Rotundo have been his ring names since he began competing in FCW. Bray won the state wrestling championship at high school and also played football at college, where he played for the College of Sequoias for two seasons. Following this, he enrolled in Troy University on a football scholarship.
Bray Wyatt’s Education:
Bray attended Hernando High School in Florida. After completing school, he enrolled at Troy University on a football scholarship. However, when he was only 27 credit hours short, he left the course to follow his dream of becoming a professional wrestler.
Bray Wyatt’s Family:
Bray’s brother Bo Dallas and father, Mike Rotunda, were professional wrestlers. His grandfather competed in professional wrestling under the ring name Blackjack Mulligan. He has a sister, Mika Rotunda.
Bray Wyatt’s Career:
He won the WWE Universal Championship twice, the WWE title once, the SmackDown Tag Team Championship once with the Wyatt Family, and the Raw Tag Team Championship once with Matt Hardy.
Under the ring name Husky Harris, Bray competed for WWE, most notably as a part of The Nexus. He has twice shared the FCW Florida Tag Team Title with his brother, Bo Dallas.
Bray did not always have the best of circumstances. The Bray Wyatt vs. Seth Rollins, the controversial Hell in a Cell encounter in 2019, is an example. The match’s climax, which saw Seth Rollins hit a motionless Fiend with a sledgehammer and is disqualified by the referee, was resented by every spectator. Bitterly, the disqualification was despite the fact that ‘The Fiend’ had just attacked his opponent with a larger hammer moments before.
And, even though “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt won the WWE Hell in a Cell main event on Sunday via referee stoppage, Seth Rollins still keeps the honor of being the universal champion of the match.
Bray Watt Return:
In July 2021, WWE dismissed Wyatt, who hadn’t competed since WrestleMania 37. And it was an amazing moment when Wyatt finally returned to the organization at WWE Extreme Rules 2022.
Apparently, many fans were hoping to see him in AEW, and some were hoping to see him in IMPACT Wrestling. But the fans are now puzzled as to why Wyatt would rejoin WWE after they had fired him. Bray Wyatt chose WWE over AEW for his comeback, obviously due to a bigger paycheck. Another reason is the creative freedom that Triple H offers to the wrestlers.
On asked how he felt about his WWE return after his release in 2021 in a recent interview on FOX Sports, he replied he wanted to explore more as an athlete. Moreover, people had encouraged him to return to WWE, giving him the strength to build back and explode.
When asked about his alter ego, ‘The Fiend,’ he said, ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt is no longer there and is dead.
Bray Wyatt’s Net Worth:
Bray’s net worth is over $2 million. Throughout his wrestling career, he has earned a good amount of money.
Bray Wyatt’s Physical Stats:
Bray stands tall at 6 feet and 3 inches. His body measures 49-36-18 inches in the order of chest-waist-biceps.
Bray Wyatt’s Personal Life:
Between 2012 and 2017, Bray remained married to Samantha Rotunda, with whom he has two daughters. He started dating Joseann Alexie Offerman, a fellow wrestler, in 2018. Jojo is also a ring announcer and singer from the United States. She gained celebrity status when working with WWE under the ring name JoJo. The couple welcomed a son in 2019. The following year, their daughter was born, and in 2022, Bray Wyatt and JoJo got engaged.
Bray Wyatt’s Social Media Presence:
Bray is active on social media. His Instagram account has over 491k followers, where he posts photos of his wrestling stints, friends, and family. His Twitter account has 1.6 million followers.
Frequently Asked Question
Who is White Rabbit WWE?
Bray Wyatt returned to WWE in an incredible comeback after proving to be the “White Rabbit.”
Did Bray Wyatt Quit WWE?
Wyatt finally returned to the organization at WWE Extreme Rules 2022. Since then, he has only participated in one televised match, winning over LA Knight in the Pitch Black event at the Royal Rumble. However, according to WWE sources, Wyatt “is out of action with an “undisclosed physical ailment,”
Who is Bray Wyatt’s Wife?
Bray Wyatt’s wife, Samantha Rotunda, is now his ex. He is currently engaged to JoJo Offerman, and the couple has a daughter and a son.