WWE's Bray Wyatt wasn't wearing doctor-recommended heart defibrillator

Bray Wyatt ‘was NOT wearing his doctor-recommended heart defibrillator when his dead body was discovered’: WWE star had been enduring cardiac issues prior to death

  • Wyatt’s death was shockingly announced by WWE CCO and legend Triple H 
  • He had been dealing with a ‘weak lower heart’ after suffering from COVID 
  • DailyMail.com provides all the latest international sports news 

WWE star Bray Wyatt was not wearing his doctor-recommended heart defibrillator when he shockingly passed away last week, according to TMZ.

The three-time World Champion, whose real name was Windham Lawrence Rotunda, had been battling heart complications in the weeks prior to his death.

According to police records, Wyatt told his fiancé, WWE ring announcer JoJo, that he was going to take a nap. However, she became worried after hearing his alarm going off for about an hour without him waking. 

Upon going to check on him she then discovered his body turning blue as he was laying in bed. Bray was not breathing, prompting JoJo to call 911 as her mother attempted to CPR. He was later pronounced dead at the hospital.

Wyatt’s family members told officers he had developed heart complications that led to him having a ‘weak lower part of his heart’, after developing heart issues after catching COVID back in March of this year.

Wyatt ‘was not wearing his doctor-recommended heart defibrillator when he was found’ 

TMZ’s report states that Wyatt had been hospitalized over an issue with his heart just a week before his death and during a follow-up appointment was advised by doctors to wear an external defibrillator. The device was designed to treat people experiencing sudden cardiac arrest.

Although authorities stated it was uncertain whether the device would have saved Wyatt’s life, they were able to determine that he was not wearing it at the time of his death after locating it inside of a vehicle parked in the driveway of the home.

The report from TMZ seemingly falls in line with the initial reporter by Sean Ross Sapp of fightful.com.

In the hours after Wyatt’s death was announced by WWE Chief Content Officer Triple H, Ross took to X to report: ‘I was given permission to reveal that earlier this year Windham Rotunda (Bray Wyatt) got COVID that exacerbated a heart issues. There was a lot of positive progress towards a return and his recovery. 

The three-time World Champion shockingly died of a heart attack at 36 years old last week

‘Unfortunately today he suffered a heart attack and passed away.’

After not competing since the ‘Royal Rumble’ Premium Live Event back in January, Wyatt had been out of action with reports eventually stated he had been dealing a ‘career and life threating illness,’ but was said to be nearing a comeback as the issue improved.

Following his shocking death loads of tributes have taken place from all corners of the wrestling world to honor the fallen star.

Tributes have included social media post, interviews, tattoos, tribute shows, singing his entrance theme sporting events and concerts, gear used during live events, and much more.

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