Tommaso Ciampa Reflects: Bray Wyatt Was Like a Brother to Everyone on the Road

WWE star Bray Wyatt’s untimely passing left a huge mark within wrestling community. Since his demise, professional wrestlers whose lives were touched by Wyatt have openly shared their views on his character, both as a performer and as a person. Recently, Tommaso Ciampa paid tribute to Wyatt, reflecting on the profound impact Wyatt had on those around him.

While speaking to WrestlingNewsCo during WrestleMania media day, Ciampa described Wyatt as someone who instantly made others feel like they had known him forever, expressing Wyatt’s warm and welcoming demeanor.

Ciampa recalled his first encounter with Wyatt, where the wrestler greeted him with a warm hug and engaged in a deep conversation, leaving Ciampa with a sense of familiarity and camaraderie. Ciampa added that Wyatt’s ability to forge genuine connections with his fellow wrestlers earned him the reputation of being a “wrestler’s wrestler” and a “brother on the road.”


“Yeah, dude, so he was like, the best way to describe him is a dude who you come up to and you feel like you’ve known him forever, because he makes you feel that way. Like, for instance, the first time i ever met him he greeted me with a warm hug. We talked for about 15 minutes. When I walked away, I questioned myself. I was like, maybe I’ve met him before. Maybe we’ve talked before. He made me feel like we were just best buddies. So he was one of those guys where everybody was like, you hear a wrestler’s wrestler or a brother on the road. That was Bray. Family guy. Just a good dude to be around.”

Wyatt’s untimely passing left a void in the hearts of many, with wrestlers and fans alike mourning the loss of a wrestling legend. As the wrestling world continues to honor Wyatt’s memory, a documentary titled “Bray Wyatt: Becoming Immortal” premiered on Peacock on April 1st. The documentary covers Wyatt’s illustrious career and offers details into his final few weeks.

What are your thoughts and memories of Bray Wyatt’s impact on the wrestling world? Let us know in the comments!

Shubham Banerjee

Shubham Banerjee is a computer science student and news correspondent. His love for technology, gadgets, and coding led him to pursue this field. Outside of academics, he enjoys photography, exploring music, and following football, although Barcelona's European performance always disappoints him.

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