The longtime WWE performer was released from the hospital after an accident that kept him off of this weekend's live events, and will prevent him from appearing on tonight's episode of WWE Raw. You can see WWE's statement below:
Bray Wyatt was in a car accident Friday and has sustained multiple injuries, WWE.com can confirm.
Wyatt was en route to the airport for this past weekend’s Raw WWE Live Events when he was in a head-on automobile collision that left his car totaled. He was treated at Tampa General Hospital and has since been released.
Due to the injuries sustained, Wyatt did not compete at this weekend’s WWE Live Events and will not be present at tonight’s Raw.
Stay with WWE.com as details on Wyatt’s condition become available.
Fightful.com has reached out to local authorities in an effort to gain more information on the situation. We have learned that Bray Wyatt sustained a "traumatic head injury," with a WWE source saying that he was lucky it wasn't worth. Wyatt was traveling alone and is having trouble remembering the sequence of events.
Wyatt is half of the WWE Raw Tag Team Champions along with Matt Hardy. The two are currently involved in a feud with the "B-Team," which consists of Curtis Axel and Bray Wyatt's brother, Bo Dallas.