Bray Wyatt's Previously Unseen WWE WrestleMania 37 Tribute To Brodie Lee Revealed
Wyatt paid tribute to Lee at WrestleMania this past year
Bray Wyatt's previously unseen tributes to Brodie Lee at WWE WrestleMania 37 have now been made apparent.
Wyatt would only wrestle for WWE one more time following the passing of his friend and former stablemate Lee, who died in late 2020, with The Fiend featuring at WrestleMania 37 against Randy Orton.
A burned 'Fiend' would become regenerated and rejuvenated ahead of the bout and Jason Baker, who has worked with Wyatt on The Fiend's attire and details, has revealed there were tributes to Lee in the coat worn by Wyatt in the pre-match video.
Writing on Twitter, as well as posting an image, Baker said: "Trivia fact: @Windham6 and I worked several tributes to @ThisBrodieLee into the Burned Fiend jacket that was unfortunately never truly seen outside of @WrestleMania transformation video.
"Tributes included: His Bludgeon brothers mask, his @WWENXT flannel pattern, and more."
Wyatt also paid a more noticeable tribute to Lee during the bout, doing the former Luke Harper's traditional pose, motion and catchphrase mid-way through the match.