Bray Wyatt is gone, but he is certainly not forgotten. Now, WWE is in the process of making sure that his life story is celebrated, and they are involving those who knew him best.
PW Insider reports that WWE has started a Bray Wyatt project in the past week, featuring interviews with Bo Dallas, who was in Pittsburgh for the filming. Jason Baker of Callosum Studio, known for crafting Wyatt’s Fiend mask, is likely involved in creating the Uncle Howdy mask used by Dallas for the character.
Bray Wyatt left the wrestling community in disbelief, in his life and in his passing, especially considering his recent television appearances just months prior. In late August, Wyatt suffered a heart attack, marking his departure from the wrestling world. Following his death, WWE honored Wyatt with a Legends contract, a customary gesture for former stars, directing all proceeds towards Wyatt’s children.
Bray Wyatt was engaged to former WWE ring announcer JoJo Offerman, Wyatt and JoJo were anticipating their marriage in late 2023. The couple shares two children, and Wyatt has two additional children from his previous marriage. Our thoughts are still with everyone involved in Wyatt’s life, as they continue dealing his passing.
As of right now, there is no confirmation on whether this project will be shown on YouTube or saved for a documentary on platforms such as Peacock or A&E. It would be fitting to see a theatrical release of a film about the Eater of Worlds as well.
We previously reported that Bo Dallas is still under WWE contract. It seems that he will be a part of this project that will celebrate his brother’s life.
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