Bray Wyatt Pays Tribute To Brodie Lee At WWE WrestleMania 37
WrestleMania 37 was Wyatt's first match since Lee's tragic passing
Bray Wyatt took the opportunity to pay tribute to his friend and former stablemate Brodie Lee during his WWE WrestleMania 37 match with Randy Orton.
Lee, under the name Luke Harper, teamed with Wyatt as a member of the Wyatt Family for the majority of his run with WWE. Wyatt, Harper and Erick Rowan formed the faction, with Braun Strowman joining later.
Lee would also be an Intercontinental champion and a Tag Team champion in WWE before departing the promotion and signing with All Elite Wrestling.
The former AEW TNT champion sadly passed away in December last year due to a non-COVID related lung problem and Wyatt, wrestling in his first match for WWE since Lee's tragic death, took the opportunity to pay tribute to his friend.
The Fiend, facing Orton, would put his hands on his mouth and extend them out, saying "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah". Lee would do the same during his matches.
The Fiend would lose to The Viper in the opening match of Night Two of WrestleMania 37, courtesy of a distraction by Alexa Bliss.