August 28, 2023 | 7:15 p.m
New details emerged Monday about the sudden death of WWE superstar Bray Wyatt.
White, whose real name was Wyndham Rotunda, died last Thursday of a heart attack at the age of 36.
Wyatt was taking a nap at the time, According to law enforcement records obtained by TMZand his fiancée, former WWE ring announcer JoJo Offerman, was alarmed when she heard her alarm clock go off after an hour without stopping.
According to the report, White was found in his bed, not breathing and “turning blue.”
Offerman’s mother attempted CPR while Offerman called 911.
White was later pronounced dead at the hospital.
The tragic accident occurred months after White contracted Covid-19 and developed heart complications from it.
Doctors recommended that White keep a defibrillator with him.
While it’s unclear if it would have saved White’s life, the pacemaker was not with him when he died and was later found inside his car in the driveway, according to TMZ.
TMZ reported that White was hospitalized with a heart problem a week before his death.
He had already met with doctors the morning he died, and they recommended that he continue wearing the external defibrillator.
News of Wyatt’s death was first reported by WWE Chief Creative Officer Paul “Triple H” Levesque.
“Just received a phone call from WWE Hall of Famer Mike Rotunda bringing us the tragic news that lifelong WWE family member Wyndham Rotunda — aka Bray Wyatt — passed away unexpectedly earlier today,” Triple H wrote on X. Ex Twitter, on Thursday.
“Our thoughts are with his family and we ask that everyone respect their privacy at this time.”
Wyatt has been with the company since 2009 and has risen through the ranks, performing on developmental promotions FCW and NXT.
He was promoted to the main roster in 2012 and became a three time WWE World Champion.
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