Bray Wyatt is currently signed to WWE, where he performs on the SmackDown brand under the ring name Bray Wyatt.
27 Facts About Bray Wyatt
Bray Wyatt's younger brother Taylor Rotunda is a professional wrestler, best known as Bo Dallas.
Bray Wyatt briefly wrestled on WWE's main roster from 2010 to 2011 under the ring name Husky Harris, most notably as a member of The Nexus.
Bray Wyatt subsequently became a three-time world champion in WWE, holding the WWE Championship once and the Universal Championship twice.
Bray Wyatt held the SmackDown Tag Team Championship and the Raw Tag Team Championship once each.
Bray Wyatt was released from WWE in July 2021 and returned at Extreme Rules in October 2022, now with a character that claimed to be his "real-life" self but gradually re-incorporated his multiple personalities in addition to some new ones.
Bray Wyatt attended Hernando High School, where he won a state wrestling championship at 275 pounds in 2005.
Bray Wyatt played football as a defensive tackle and guard.
Bray Wyatt earned a football scholarship to Troy University, where he played collegiate football for two years.
Bray Wyatt left Troy 27 credit hours short of earning a bachelor's degree after deciding to become a professional wrestler.
Bray Wyatt made his in-ring debut in dark match on the February 5,2009 episode of Florida Championship Wrestling, defeating Brian Jossie.
When WWE rebranded FCW into NXT Wrestling, Bray Wyatt debuted on the July 11,2012 episode of the rebooted NXT taped at Full Sail University, where he defeated Aiden English.
Bray Wyatt had his first match back from injury on the February 21,2013 episode of NXT, where he defeated Yoshi Tatsu.
The feud culminated in an ambulance match on the January 5,2015 episode of Raw, which Bray Wyatt won to effectively end their feud.
Bray Wyatt then faced Kane in a No Holds Barred match, which he lost when Orton interfered.
Later that month, Bray Wyatt began to appear in pre-recorded segments as the host of a surreal children's program known as Firefly Fun House, sporting different hair and a shorter beard with a leaner physique.
Bray Wyatt then appeared in more sinister clothing and a demonic mask, a persona he called "The Fiend" that was here "to protect us".
The title was transferred to SmackDown, due to Bray Wyatt being a member of the brand.
At the closure of the event, Bray Wyatt returned to WWE, accompanied by live-action versions of his Firefly Fun House characters and a new mask, revealing himself as the person behind the "White Rabbit" teases.
At the Royal Rumble, Bray Wyatt defeated Knight; after the match, Uncle Howdy appeared and dove from an elevated platform onto Knight, followed by an explosion while the other Firefly Fun House characters watched from atop the platform.
However, it was rumoured that Bray Wyatt was dealing with a real-life injury, and he quietly disappeared from television while his storyline with Lashley was dropped; Lashley was instead added to the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal on the SmackDown before WrestleMania 39 and won, while Bray Wyatt remained absent with no mention of the planned storyline made on television.
Bray Wyatt's character from 2013 to 2018 was a villainous cult leader who believed himself to be the "nagging conscience of an immoral world".
Bray Wyatt used a lantern to light the way in the dark arena during entrances, with entrance music by Mark Crozer.
Bray Wyatt started hosting the "Firefly Fun House" where he would perform as a friendly-mannered children's television show host.
Bray Wyatt adopted the mandible claw as a finishing move.
Bray Wyatt's alternate persona The Fiend was a pre-order bonus for WWE 2K20.