Wrestlers are real people. While some fans cannot separate fact from fiction, the performers you see on television are not who they are in real life.
A great story is making the rounds on social media the past couple days about Windham Rotunda, aka Bray Wyatt, about saving a couple of teenagers — with the help of a cautious JTG — from an upside-down, smoking vehicle on the highway shortly after the car crashed after speeding and weaving through traffic.
The detailed description of the events comes from JTG’s new book, DAMN! WHY DID I WRITE THIS BOOK TOO? (How to play THE GAME). Hat tip goes to Twitter user @DeathToAllMarks for posting the chapter.
Here’s a nice Bray Wyatt story from former WWE star JTG‘s book since I don’t think it has made the rounds yet. pic.twitter.com/KqRQLm9FFm
— DTAM (@DeathToAllMarks) April 15, 2016
You can read the full chapter via these photos (Page 1, 2, 3, 4) too, but to sum up the events, Bray and JTG are driving together to a show and they are almost taken off the road by a speeding, weaving car. In the car ahead of them is a car with other wrestlers. They almost get taken out too. Bray, who is driving, decides to follow the speeding car. The car weaves in and out of traffic before crashing and flipping over. Bray then immediately saves the two teenagers, with the help of a reluctant JTG.
The story goes on to say Bray never wanted credit or to tell other people about the incident.
You hear a lot of stories about bad guys in wrestling. This one should make your weekend that much better.