WWE News: Becky Lynch breaks down in tears for Bray Wyatt at the end of WWE RAW
The world of professional wrestling was dealt a blow when it learned of the death of Windham Rotunda (Bray Wyatt). The WWE wrestler left this.
World last Thursday after suffering a heart attack after the recent health difficulties that he went through in recent months. The news paralyzed every.
Company, worker and fan close to this sport-show. Names from all over the world paid tribute to the three-time world champion.
Obviously, Monday Night RAW did not leave behind the tributes to one of its historical protagonists, including a very special one that took place at the end of the broadcasts.
The closing moments of this week’s episode in Memphis, Tennessee saw Becky Lynch defeat Zoey Stark in a Falls Count Anywhere that moved.
Into the stands. In the last seconds of the episode, The MAN managed to raise the mourning with the name BRAY towards the sky as a sign of respect.
For the deceased fighter. Emotion invaded Becky, who suddenly burst into tears while she was sitting on one of the platforms. The moments after.
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The end of the broadcast were captured by fans. Becky Lynch took the microphone and told a brief anecdote involving Bray Wyatt: “He had trouble.
Doing object fights. I remember before a TLC event, Bray went up to the ring and taught me everything I needed to know about that type of fight.
He had a match the same night, and he still decided to spend the entire afternoon teaching me how to assemble a table quickly. Tonight is for Windham.”
WWE RAW saw multiple tributes to Bray Wyatt
Other tributes took place tonight on Monday Night RAW. Seth Rollins added a plaque with The Fiend’s face to his World Heavyweight Championship.
And began his promo tonight under the phrase Yowie Wowie. Other superstars wore WINDHAM and BRAY mourning on their arms. Finally, the episode.
Featured a video of the highlights of Bray Wyatt’s career, ending with a close-up of the wrestler’s signature chair at the stage entrance as fans projected fireflies into the stands.