Bray WyattWindham Lawrence Rotunda
- Birthdate: 05/23/1987 (age 27)
- Height: 6'3"
- Weight: 295 Ib
Rotunda debuted in FCW in April 2009. He soon j...
Kevinlema sent this one in: I work @ the Dunkin Donuts center in Providence R.I and after the show I asked a few guys backstage about Bray Wyatt and they told me it was an ankle injury and Bray left on crutches. A few side notes I would like to share, before the show I spoke with Bob Backlund and after the show I spoke with Paul Heyman, both men were very nice and polite it was an honor too speak to both of them. Around 5,000 for the attendance with a decent card headlined By Punk/Axel (no DQ) main event which Punk won, crowd was good with no problems to report and even the divas put on a good show. Talk of Raw coming back in January. Thank you and I enjoy your website.
Shawn DeHart sent this one in: I was at the house show in Providence, RI and saw the incident where Bray Wyatt was legitimately injured. Trust me, it wasn't a work. I was sitting close to where it happened. His leg hit a part of the guard railing and referee John Cone immediately went out on the floor to check on him. After the match, the bald-headed WWE security guy who appears at all the events was talking to a guy in the front row, near where the incident happened. Then the security guy was looking at the guard rail. It was an ugly scene, but unfortunately, it was legit. Also, after the show, I was one of the fans who had gone to the back parking lot to watch the superstars drive off. As the Wyatts wereleaving, Bray was using a crutch to get to their car.
mikew3793 sent this one in: I attended the WWE Live Event in Providence, RI and during a 6 man tag match between the Wyatt Family and R-Truth & the PTP, Bray Wyatt may have seriously injured his left knee.
During the match Wyatt twisted his knee and immediately tagged out of the match. He attempted to stand on the apron but put all of his weight on his right leg and leaned on the ropes and continually reached to the back-inside area of his knee. He eventually could no longer stand and went down to the apron clearly still in pain. He never got back in the match.
The ref signaled to the other competitors which led to a rushed finish with Luke Harper picking up the pinfall. Bray Wyatt rolled in the ring and crawled only on his right leg and posed. He then rolled out of the ring with both Harper and Rowan carrying him to the back, still no weight on his left leg.
It looked pretty bad based on his reaction as he grimaced quite frequently. This is just what I saw, but it looked pretty bad as he could not walk nor put any weight on his left leg while continually grabbing at his knee.