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Bray Wyatt



Real name: Windham Lawrence Rotunda
Height: 6’3″
Weight: 295 lbs.
Date of birth: May 23, 1987
Hometown: Brooksville, Florida
Pro debut: 2009
Trained by: FCW/NXT
Finishing move: Sister Abigail

Biography

- Rotunda made his FCW debut in February 2009, competing as ‘Tank Mulligan’. He went through several changes of ring name before settling on ‘Duke Rotundo’ to team with brother Bo
- On April 9, 2009, Rotundo made his TV debut, defeating Jon Cutler
- On June 18, 2009, Rotundo & Vic Adams fought FCW Tag Team Champions The DudeBusters (Caylen Croft & Trent Barreta) to a double countout
- On July 9, 2009, The Rotundos defeats FCW Tag Team Champions The DudeBusters by DQ
- On July 23, 2009, The Rotundos defeated Justin Gabriel & Kris Logan to win the FCW Tag Team Titles
- On August 13, 2009, The Rotundos defeated Dylan Klein & Vance Archer to retain the FCW Tag Team Titles
- On October 23, 2009, The Rotundos defeated Donny Marlow & Jimmy Uso to retain the FCW Tag Team Titles
- On November 12, 2009, The Rotundos defeated Curt Hawkins & Heath Slater to retain the FCW Tag Team Titles
- On June 1, 2010, Rotunda (as Husky Harris) was announced as a competitor on NXT Season 2, with Cody Rhodes as his mentor
- One week later, Harris made his NXT debut, teaming with Rhodes in a loss to MVP & Percy Watson
- On August 17, 2010, Harris was eliminated from NXT, placing equal 3rd
- In early October 2010, Harris began competing on Smackdown house shows
- At Hell In A Cell 2010, a disguised Harris interfered in the John Cena-Wade Barrett match, securing a win for Barrett
- The next night on Raw, Harris’ identity was revealed
- On October 18, 2010, Harris & Michael McGillicutty were defeated by John Cena & Randy Orton. The pre-match stipulation stated that they would be inducted into Nexus if they won
- One week later, Harris & McGillicutty were inducted into The Nexus anyway!
- In January 2011, CM Punk took over The Nexus from Wade Barrett, forcing Harris to go through another initiation
- On January 31, 2011, Harris & McGillicutty lost to Santino Marella & Vladimir Kozlov. Following the match, Harris was punted in the head by Randy Orton. He was sent back to FCW without making another televised appearance
- On March 18, 2011, Rotunda debuted a new character, ‘Axel Mulligan’. Unfortunately, it was not a success and he soon reverted to ‘Husky Harris’
- On September 1, 2011, Harris defeated Big E Langston to qualify for the FCW Heavyweight Title finals match, but lost a 4-Way to Leo Kruger
- On February 2, 2012, Harris & Bo Rotundo defeated Brad Maddox & Eli Cottonwood to win the vacant FCW Tag Team Titles. The pair defeated Antonio Cesaro & Alexander Rusev that same night to retain the titles
- In March 2012, Rotunda debuted a new character, ‘Bray Wyatt’
- On April 5, 2012, Wyatt made his televised debut, defeating Aiden English
- In July 2012, Wyatt formed ‘The Wyatt Family’ alongside Luke Harper & Erick Rowan
- On May 2, 2013, The Wyatt Family (Harper & Rowan) defeated Adrian Neville & Bo Dallas (subbing for the injured Oliver Grey) to win the NXT Tag Team Titles
- In May 2013, The Wyatt Family debuted on Raw via a vignette. These video packages continued over the next few weeks
- On July 8, 2013, The Wyatt Family made their Raw debut, attacking Kane. They assaulted R-Truth a week later

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