The WWE will be paying tribute to Rotunda tonight during an episode of SmackDown! The event will be held in Louisville, Kentucky, which has matching 246 gematria with his full name.
This is my first of three posts on Bray’s death, which is the most shocking in the world of pro wrestling in a long time.
Before he was known as “Bray Wyatt,” Windham made his debut on WWE television at 2010’s Hell in a Cell pay-per-view under the name Husky Harris.
Husky Harris was taken off of television in 2011, and Rotunda would later be repackaged as Bray Wyatt, the leader of the Wyatt Family. The Wyatt Family first appeared on television on November 7th, 2012, during an episode of NXT, which is essentially WWE’s farm system:
Wyatt’s final appearance on television was on February 17th, when he and Uncle Howdy attacked Hit Row:
Last year, I made this post after Bray Wyatt made his return to WWE in epic fashion. The event was so big, it was basically the main event of a Pay-Per-View.
Wyatt wrestled his last match in WWE at the Royal Rumble.
Ninety-three sums to 143 in Ordinal.
Windham was born on May 23rd, the 143rd day of the year:
He died on a date with Primary numerology of 75 and 39. When Jon Huber died, he was wrestling in AEW under the name Brodie Lee:
39 is the inverse of 93
Wyatt appeared in a match for the final time at this year’s Royal Rumble (R.R.). It was the 36th edition of the event, and it was held on a date with 36 numerology:
Windham Rotunda, known to the world as Bray Wyatt, has reportedly passed away at the age of 36 after suffering a Heart attack.
Prior to being called NXT, WWE’s developmental territory was called Florida Championship Wrestling. Windham’s first-ever match was on a date with Primary numerology of 36, which was also the 36th day of the year:
Rotunda was the last WWE Universal Champion prior to Roman Reigns’ current reign. He captured the title as “The Fiend” at SummerSlam on August 23rd. He has now died on August 24th.
Barry was born in 1960:
Windham Lawrence Rotunda died on 24/8
251 is the 54th Prime number
Jon Huber was born on a date with a Life Lesson number of 54:
In his final match, Huber lost the TNT Championship. He died of a Lung condition a couple of months later.
The holiday that celebrates Love is Valentine’s Day. Former wrestler Greg “The Hammer” Valentine sat at ringside for Huber’s last match, which was a Dog Collar match. Valentine fought “Rowdy” Roddy Piper in the first-ever Dog Collar match.
Piper was born in ’54 and died 54 days before the first-ever Pope from the Jesuit Order visited the White House. Huber attended a Jesuit high school.
“Rowdy” Roddy Piper
His death fell on the date leaving 129 days on the calendar:
The Wyatt Family disbanded on the 129th day of the year: