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Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) Biography History Net Worth And More

About Bray Wyatt (The Fiend)

Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) is an eminent American professional wrestler who is currently on a contract with WWE, featuring on the Raw Rooster. It also happens to be one-half of the new Raw Tag Team Champions with Matt Hardy.

Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) Born and raised in Florida, USA, Bray's first passion wasn't wrestling when he was growing up. He was excellent at playing soccer, and he played it all through his school years. Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) dropped out of college because of low academic results and wanted to become a wrestler.

His father and grandfather were professional wrestlers, and he's the third generation to follow suit. After signing with WWE in 2009, it was drawn up in the FCW, one of WWE's growth territories. Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) made his way to the NXT.

In 2013, he joined the main WWE rooster and started his professional career in the WWE, becoming one of the most famous wrestlers in the world. Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) was World Champions and two times SmackDown Tag Team Champion, one with Randy Orton and the other with Luke Harper. Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) formed a tag team with Matt Hardy and won the 2017 Raw Tag Team Championship.

Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) History

Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) Biography History Net Worth And More
Alex Rotunda started his professional wrestling career in April 2009 with the Florida Championship Wrestling. Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) also partnered up with Bo's brother and the pair captured the FCW Florida Tag Team Championship. Soon enough, his true destination came to call, that was the WWE.

Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) was signed by WWE and entered the second season of their NXT production territories under the ring name Husky Harris with Cody Rhodes as his pro. A year later, however, he went back to FCW and back to NXT after the discontinuation of FCW as a development territory.

Alex Rotunda then took over his new ring name, Bray Wyatt (The Fiend), and started to pose as the central figure of the cult-like Wyatt Family. They won the NXT Tag Team Championship and soon enough they found themselves on the main roster.

They continued to win the Smackdown Tag Team Championship but faced internal tensions within the stable. Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) won the World Championship at the Elimination Chamber 2017, but lost his title to Randy Orton, his stablemate, putting the last nail on the Wyatt Family coffin.

Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) Career

Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) Biography History Net Worth And More
Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) adopted the ring name Alex Rotundo and made his professional wrestling debut with the Florida Championship Wrestling in April 2009. His younger brother Bo was also playing in FCW at the time, and the brothers formed the Tag Team and won the Championship in July 2009. They have been defending the Tag Team Championship for months before they lost it to Dude Busters in November 2009.

In June 2010, he adopted the name Husky Harris and made his debut at NXT, The Nexus. He did a vicious act on June 22 by targeting announcer Matt Striker, as he had done in the previous week. Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) narrowly avoided exclusion by advancing to the sixth position in the second poll. Following this, he participated in a six-man tag team match on August 9, which his team won, and he rose up the ladder, taking fourth place out of the six rookies in the vote that took place later that night.

Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) also continued to make frequent appearances in WWE Raw due to the long-standing rivalry that burned between WWE and NXT. At the beginning of 2011, he returned to FCW adopting a hockey mask design, but it did not work and continued to play the character of Husky Harris. His brother Bo had an ongoing rivalry with Lucky Cannon and Damien Sandow and Bray, who had been involved in the feud. Bo and Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) teamed up and beat Sandow and Cannon in the tag team match.

Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) began a somewhat infamous rivalry with Richie Steamboat towards the end of 2011 and the beginning of 2012. After a long and violent rivalry ended, Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) looked back at the Tag Team Championship and partnered up again with his partner.

The brothers won the title in February 2012, only to lose it a month later. In April 2012, Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) debuted on a rebooted NXT taped with a new character at Full Sail University. He portrayed himself as the chief of the evil cult, who was more a demon than a human being.

Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) also laid the groundwork for The Wyatt Family, a professional wrestling stable in WWE by teaming up with Erick Rowan and Luke Harper. In May 2012, WWE Raw showed some small clips that hinted at the appearance of The Wyatt Family on the show.

In July, the Wyatt family made their debut in a match with Kane. They continued to target wrestlers, including Heath Slater, R-Truth, Justin Gabriel, and Jinder Mahal. In a World Heavyweight Championship title match, John Cena was interrupted in his match against Randy Orton, causing John Cena to lose the title.

After the Elimination Chamber in 2013, Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) began a one-on-one rivalry with John Cena. He was all bent to prove that the 'heroism' that Cena depicts is only a mask and that he is 'evil' in his heart. After that, John Cena challenged Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) for a WrestleMania match, which Bray accepted. At WrestleMania XXX, despite the difficulties faced by two other members of The Wyatt Family, John Cena managed to win the match.

In 2014, Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) stayed in the spotlight due to his feuds with a number of wrestlers such as Dean Ambrose, Undertaker, and Ryback. In June 2015, in a Royal Rumble match, he interfered with his assault, aimed in particular at Roman Reigns, to take revenge for the loss in a single match against Raw.

In November 2017, Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) had a feud with Randy Orton, but Orton intervened on behalf of Bray in the October 25 episode of SmackDown. With this change, the feud ended and Randy Orton became a member of the Wyatt family.

They ended up forming the Tag Team and won the SmackDown Tag Team Championship against Jason Jordan and Chad Gable. In February 2017, Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) fought in a game to win the World Championship at the Elimination Chamber. He won the title by beating John Cena, The Miz, AJ Styles, Baron Corbin, and Dean Ambrose, Randy Orton, Bray's former partner, ended his 49-day reign.

In November 2017, Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) beat Matt Hardy in a singles game and the two ended up forming a Tag Team. Towards the end of 2017, Bray and Hardy ended up winning the Raw Tag Team Championship over Apollo and Titus O'Neil. They came up against Cesaro and Sheamus for the championship fight, and they won.

Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) Early Life and Childhood

Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) Biography History Net Worth And More
Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) was born Windham Lawrence Rotunda to middle-class parents on May 23, 1987, in Brooksville, Florida. His family has a long history of professional wrestling with his father, his grandfather, and his uncle as professional wrestlers. So it was only normal that Bray and his little brother, Bo Dallas, grew up learning the tricks of the game from their elders.

Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) also had a keen interest in soccer, wrestling. The hulking built that he played a major role in getting picked for the school football teams. While attending Hernando High School in his hometown, he played soccer as defense combat and a guard. However, he also took part in wrestling contests during his school years and won several of them. Until graduating from high school in 2005, he was awarded the title of state fighter for his high school.

After leaving high school, he continued to pursue his passion for soccer while attending the College of Sequoias. Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) played for the college team for two years and ended up winning an All-American award as a sophomore offensive guard. Despite a lack of interest in academics, his football skills presented him with a scholarship to Troy University.

It was a time when Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) was soaring high and looking forward to a promising future in professional football. He attended the University of Troy and played soccer during that time. He was so engrossed in soccer that his studies were impaired, and that made his grades worse. When his final semester came to an end, Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) fell short of earning enough credit to obtain a bachelor's degree. Devastated by this, he resolved to fight.

Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) Net Worth

Bray Wyatt's (The Fiend) is expected to have a net worth of $850,000 as of 2021. In 2018, his annual salary was about $1 million.
This does not include what he receives from pay-per-views and sales of products.

Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) Wife and Kids

Bray Wyatt (The Fiend) married Samantha Rotunda in 2012 and had two children. However, in 2017, Samantha filed a divorce indictment against Wyatt for having an extramarital affair with JoJo Offerman.

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