Tommaso Ciampa: Bray Wyatt Was Everyone's Brother On The Road

Tommaso Ciampa remembers Bray Wyatt.

Late last year, the wrestling world lost one of its brightest lights when Bray Wyatt tragically passed away. Pro wrestlers who's lives that Wyatt impacted have been vocal since his passing on who he was as not only a performer, but as a human being.

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While speaking to WrestlingNewsCo during WrestleMania media day, Ciampa was asked about Wyatt, with Ciampa calling him a brother on the road.

"Yeah, dude, so he was like, the best way to describe him is a dude who you come up to and you feel like you've known him forever, because he makes you feel that way. Like, for instance, the first time i ever met him he greeted me with a warm hug. We talked for about 15 minutes. When I walked away, I questioned myself. I was like, maybe I've met him before. Maybe we've talked before. He made me feel like we were just best buddies. So he was one of those guys where everybody was like, you hear a wrestler's wrestler or a brother on the road. That was Bray. Family guy. Just a good dude to be around."

Bray Wyatt: Becoming Immortal premiered on Peacock on April 1st and covered his career as well as his final weeks.

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