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Ted DiBiase Reveals WWE Had Plans Ready For Bray Wyatt, Before He Passed Away

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Bray Wyatt (Real name: Windham Rotunda) – the son of WWF Legend IRS aka Mike Rotunda – passed away from a heart attack in his sleep on August 24th 2023.

On a recent episode of his weekly ‘Everybody’s Got A Pod’ podcast, WWF Legend ‘The Million Dollar Man’ Ted DiBiase revealed that if Bray hadn’t died, WWE had already prepared a program for him to start a month later, in September 2023.

Here’s what DiBiase said:

“Windham was a great kid, he really was. They were just getting ready to go back, they were supposed to start again in September and start up something new. Now he’s gone.”

Unfortunately it’s not known at this point which storyline he would’ve been put in by WWE creative, but it’s believed that it would have also involved Uncle Howdy, aka his real-life brother Bo Dallas under a mask.

His final feud with against Bobby Lashley, where they were scheduled to have a match at WrestleMania 39, but the match never took place as Wyatt got sidelined with COVID-19 before the event.

The Million Dollar Man used to team with Bray’s father Irwin R. Schyster – together known as Money Inc. – (on TV) from October 1991 until August 1993.

They won the WWF Tag Team Championship on 3 different occasions, by defeating The Legion of Doom (The Road Warriors), The Natural Disasters and The Steiner Brothers for the titles.

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