Former WWE head writer Vince Russo recently expressed his thoughts on WWE’s response to helping Bray Wyatt’s family following his unexpected passing at the age of 36 on August 24. The wrestling community was deeply affected by this loss, with tributes pouring in from fans and fellow wrestlers around the world in honor of the former WWE Champion. Reports surfaced indicating that WWE intended to assist Bray Wyatt’s family by directing his merchandise earnings to them.
According to reports, WWE had planned to provide support to Bray Wyatt’s family by channeling his merchandise earnings towards them. This gesture was intended to help alleviate some of the financial burdens faced by the family during this difficult time.
Vince Russo, known for his involvement in WWE’s creative process during the late 1990s and early 2000s, expressed his thoughts on the matter. While he acknowledged WWE’s intention to assist the family through merchandise earnings, he also emphasized the importance of providing emotional support and care to the loved ones left behind. Russo’s comments highlighted the delicate balance between financial assistance and genuine empathy in times of tragedy.
As the wrestling community continues to mourn the loss of Bray Wyatt, discussions surrounding how wrestling promotions should respond to such situations have emerged. The focus remains on honoring the legacy of Bray Wyatt while ensuring his family’s well-being is taken into consideration. The tributes pouring in from around the world underscore the lasting impact Bray Wyatt had on the wrestling industry and the hearts of fans and colleagues alike.