How You Can Help Bray Wyatt's Family Following Tragic Passing

Details on how to assist the late Bray Wyatt's family.

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Anyone who wishes to help the late Windham 'Bray Wyatt' Rotunda's family in the wake of his tragic death at 36 years old can do so by purchasing his merchandise through WWE's shop.

Following Rotunda's shocking death, WWE has added the following note to every item of Wyatt merchandise on its website:

In the wake of Bray Wyatt's death, WWE will donate all net proceeds to support JoJo Offerman and Bray's children.

Customers in the United States can shop here, while international customers can shop here.


News that Wyatt had passed away became public when WWE's Paul 'Triple H' Levesque tweeted on Thursday that he had spoken to Windham's father, former WWE wrestler Mike Rotunda. Later, Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp confirmed a heart attack as the cause of death, having been granted permission to share the news.

Rotunda is survived by his partner, Joseann 'JoJo' Offerman, four children, and an extended professional family including his father Mike, brother Taylor (otherwise known as WWE's Bo Dallas), and uncles Barry and Kendall Windham.


WWE audiences had not seen Wyatt onscreen since February, when he was taken off television amidst reports of an undisclosed health issue.

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