WWE Announces 'Bray Wyatt: Becoming Immortal' Documentary

Bray Wyatt: Becoming Immortal will premiere on Peacock on 1 April.

Bray Wyatt Becoming Immortal

WWE announced Monday that a new documentary about the life and career of the late Windham Rotunda, better known as Bray Wyatt, will debut on Peacock during WrestleMania week.

Triple H revealed the premiere date of 1 April for "Bray Wyatt: Becoming Immortal" via X (formerly Twitter), praising Rotunda's "brilliant mind". The WWE Chief Content Officer added that "there was no wall he wouldn’t break down in the name of storytelling. You had no choice but to believe in him. He was just that good. It’s time for his story to be the one that’s told."

Rotunda passed away on 24 August 2023 at age 36 due to a heart attack, stunning the wrestling world. Wyatt reportedly was preparing for a return to the ring after missing out on WrestleMania 39 -- he was being programmed for a 'Mania feud with Bobby Lashley before it was dropped due to Bray's health concerns.


WWE reported that the documentary, narrated by The Undertaker, includes interviews with family members, as well as superstars Hulk Hogan, John Cena, Becky Lynch, Triple H, and his brother Taylor Rotunda (better known as Bo Dallas). It also will include interviews with Wyatt himself and never-before-seen footage.

A preview clip was played during Raw Monday night. When the cameras came back the ringside area, fans had lit the arena with their cellphone flashlights, an enduring legacy as Wyatt's fireflies.

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