Bray Wyatt’s Sister Emotionally Reacts To Wyatt Sicks WWE Debut

Bray Wyatt’s Sister Emotionally Reacts To Wyatt Sicks WWE Debut WWE

Bray Wyatt and Bo Dallas’ sister has emotionally reacted to the WWE debut of the Wyatt Sicks on this week’s Raw show.

After months of teasers, the long awaited return of Bo Dallas as Uncle Howdy and the Wyatt Sicks took place to close out this week’s WWE Raw.

The group consisting of Uncle Howdy, Erick Rowan, Joe Gacy, Dexter Lumis and Nikki Cross laid waste to WWE backstage staff on the show, as well as Chad Gable.

Taking to Instagram, Mika Rotunda, the sister of Bo Dallas and the late Bray Wyatt, shared her emotional reaction to the debut and Bo continuing Bray’s legacy.

She wrote:

Windham talked a lot about hurting in his character. He would describe real life pain and scenarios as a way to kind of harden, inspire or shape his future. He turned pain into a positive, through creativity and expression.

Last night, Taylor debuted for the first time as Uncle Howdy, without Windham. This was their dream, their vision. Their fairytale to fulfill. He carried this on his back. But more importantly in his heart. As siblings, we’ve always had a strong cord attachment to one another. As the lights when out in the arena and I watched from my TV, my pulse raised. My eyes welled. I felt every ioata with him. While also feeling this warmth, that can only be described as Windham. I’m so incredibly proud of Taylor.

Honoring the memory of a Windham or a loved one while navigating the path of grief is a profound and personal journey. Our family has been on a stage with the outside world to see inside it since 3:33pm on August 24th. A moment in time we as a family will never get past or over. But, somehow— we have to find a way through it.

How does one do that?

In my opinion, It’s in our day to day lives. And creating ways to celebrate their life and legacy, even as we cope with the pain of their absence.

For Windham, it’s in story telling. He was the greatest story teller I’ve ever known. And as we embrace the moments of sorrow, there is a duty to uphold. To keep finding ways to express his madness and genius.

In doing so, it is a testament from our family about the the depth of his love. And our love for him.

Upholding Windham’s homage can be a source of comfort and strength. We hurt. We heal.

In doing so, we keep their spirit alive and find solace in the impact they had on our lives. 🌹 ⭕️

Also, massive, gigantic and amazing praise to @robfee11 and @bakingjason for doing the alchemy behind the scenes. Unreal. You guys are!

Windham, Wish you were here. Love you more.

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1 month ago by Connel Rumsey



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