WWE’s Braun Strowman, Bo Dallas and More Remember the Late Bray Wyatt in New Doc — Watch Trailer

Bray Wyatt may be gone, but he is not forgotten.

The late wrestler, who tragically passed away last August at 36 years old, is the subject of the upcoming documentary Bray Wyatt: Becoming Immortal, which released the first trailer on Monday.

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Premiering Monday, April 1 on Peacock, the film will follow the notable career of Bray Wyatt, whose real name was Windham Rotunda, and who etched his legacy as “one of the most skillful tenacious, and creative WWE Superstars of all time,” per the official synopsis.

The doc will feature emotional and insightful interviews from those who knew him best, including his fiancé and former WWE ring announcer JoJo Offerman, his brother Taylor Rotunda (aka WWE’s Bo Dallas), John Cena, Becky Lynch, WWE’s Chief Content Officer Paul Levesque (known as Triple H) and Hulk Hogan. Additionally, Rotunda’s WrestleMania 31 opponent Mark Calaway, aka The Undertaker, will serve as narrator.

The film also includes past interviews with Rotunda as well as never-before-seen footage from the WWE archives.

Levesque paid tribute to Rotunda on X while promoting the trailer, writing, “Windham Rotunda had a brilliant mind. There was no wall he wouldn’t break down in the name of storytelling. You had no choice but to believe in him. He was just that good. It’s time for his story to be the one that’s told.”

Rotunda is a former WWE Champion, Universal Champion (2x), Raw Tag Team Champion and SmackDown Tag Team Champion.

For a sneak peek at the forthcoming doc, press PLAY on the above video.

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