The Undertaker To Narrate New Bray Wyatt Documentary

Bray Wyatt in the ring at WWE Crown Jewel 2022

“Bray Wyatt: Becoming Immortal” coming soon.

It’s been announced that a new documentary diving into the life and career of Windham Rotunda is coming to Peacock on April 1st. The film features a never-before-seen look into the creative powerhouse that crafted the Bray Wyatt character with contributions from John Cena, Becky Lynch, Triple H, Hulk Hogan, and Bray’s brother Taylor Rotunda (Bo Dallas).

The documentary will be narrated by WWE legend The Undertaker, while it was directed by Steve Conoscenti, with Paul Levesque Lee Fitting, Chris Kaiser, and Ben Houser serving as executive producers.

Windham Rotunda sadly passed away on August 24th, 2023 aged just 36.

Bray Wyatt is one of the most revered and mysterious characters in WWE history. The story behind that character and the man himself, Windham Rotunda, has never been documented until now. Using never-before seen interviews and exclusive backstage footage, Windham Rotunda’s inspiring story unfolds.

This documentary chronicles Windham’s incredible rise to worldwide fame as a WWE Superstar, and the struggles and success that came with being a creative visionary. Sadly, in August of 2023, Windham passed away at the age of 36. In the wake of his untimely death, Windham leaves behind a family still grieving with loss as they celebrate a lasting legacy that continues to create and inspire.

Triple H Pays Tribute To Man Behind Bray Wyatt

In announcing the documentary on social media, Triple H paid tribute to the man behind the character.

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. “Bray Wyatt: Becoming Immortal” comes to @peacock on 4/1

Bray Wyatt had been set to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2024, but the decision was taken to remove him from the list. Despite this, Wyatt’s father and uncle will be part of the class of 2024 with the US Express taking their place alongside Paul Heyman, Bull Nakano, and the yet-to-be-announced Lia Maivia.