WWE has placed Bray Wyatt under a Legends contract following his passing.
Windham Rotunda, who was widely recognized as Bray Wyatt during his tenure in WWE, tragically passed away on August 24. He was highly esteemed both as a person and as a performer within the wrestling community. Rotunda, survived by four children, is reportedly receiving support from WWE in assisting his family, as confirmed by his father.
Even after his passing, WWE has continued selling Bray Wyatt merchandise on WWEShop.com. Wyatt’s father Mike Rotunda has revealed that WWE had placed Windham on a legends contract and all proceeds from sales on the page will directly support Windham’s wife and children.
During an appearance on Wrasslin Talk, Rotunda expressed how difficult it has been to cope with Windham’s passing, acknowledging the challenges the family has faced this year. He highlighted the support they’ve received from WWE, emphasizing their efforts to assist the family, a gesture that they deeply appreciated.
Mike further shared insights into Windham’s personality, mentioning how his son illuminated the wrestling industry with his presence. He described how numerous individuals have stories about the impact Windham had on them, emphasizing the lasting influence he left on people within the wrestling community.
Rumors also suggest that Windham Rotunda also recognized as Bray Wyatt, might be included in the WWE Hall of Fame for the 2024 induction.