Windham Rotunda, known to pro wrestling fans as Bray Wyatt, unfortunately passed away at the age of 36 last Thursday.
He caught COVID-19 earlier this year, which exacerbated heart issues for him. There was a lot of positive progress towards a return and his recovery earlier this month.
Unfortunately, he suffered a heart attack and passed away. Wyatt wasn’t wearing a doctor-recommended heart defibrillator at the time of his death. He was going to take a nap and his fiancee became concerned when she heard his alarm going off about an hour later without stopping.
Wyatt’s sudden demise left the pro wrestling world in shock and tributes have been pouring in for him throughout the week.
According to Fightful, AEW President Tony Khan has allowed time off from tonight’s and next week’s AEW Dynamite to any talent who wishes to attend Wyatt’s memorial services.
Tonight’s episode of AEW Dynamite will air from Chicago, which will be the go-home show to the All Out pay-per-view. Next week’s episode will feature the fallout from All Out.