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Bray Wyatt Wanted To Reunite The Wyatt Family

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Former WWE Champion Bray Wyatt unexpectedly passed away on August 24th 2023 at the age of 36, after he suffered a heart attack.

During an interview with Chris Van Vliet, Erick Rowan revealed that Bray wanted to reunite The Wyatt Family.

Below is what Rowan (who returned to WWE for one night in August, to pay tribute to Wyatt on SmackDown) said:

“Windham talked to me about wanting to involve me. But you know, it’s all about timing, and places, and story, and what works best for the company, and it’s not all an individual’s decision.

So, yeah, we’ve had conversations about things we’d like to do and stuff in the future, but you know, life happens and things happen, and unfortunate things happen that are way more important than anything to do with this fictional wrestling that we do.”

Sadly, Braun Strowman and Erick Rowan are the only remaining members of The Wyatt Family (not counting extra, honorary members), as Luke Harper (Jon Huber / Brodie Lee) passed away in 2020.

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Speaking of The Eater of Worlds, insider source BWE is reporting that 2K is thinking about dedicating the next WWE video game to Bray Wyatt.

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