WWE star Bray Wyatt has welcomed his second child with his ring announcer partner JoJo Offerman.
The wrestling couple made the surprise announcement to reveal the birth of their daughter, Hyrie Von Rotunda.
Bray – real name Windham Rotunda – and JoJo’s first child, a boy named Knash Sixx Rotunda, was born last May.
The Eater of Worlds hasn’t been seen on WWE television since losing to Braun Strowman at Money in the Bank a few weeks ago.
But Wyatt has now explained his absence after sharing a picture of his new-born daughter on social media in a sweet and simple post.
One said: “Congrats! She’s adorable.”
Another tweeted: “It’s beautiful to see such a gorgeous ray of light pierce through these dark times.”
A third added: “Didn’t even know he was expecting another child haha, some pleasant news today congrats to Bray and Jojo.”
Wyatt is yet to shed any information on the unusual name he chose for his newborn daughter after he was asked last year why he named his son Knash.
The 33-year-old told TMZ last year: “It’s a cool name man! ‘K’ is silent. My other kids have a ‘C’ and a ‘K’ before their names so it’s kind of…just continuation.”
Wyatt has two other daughters, Cadyn and Kendyl, from his first marriage to ex-wife Samantha.
But the two filed for divorce amid allegations of the former Universal Champion having an alleged affair with RAW announcer JoJo.
JoJo – real name Joseann Alexie Offerman – stopped working for WWE shortly before revealing her first pregnancy in March 2019.
In addition to her ring announcing duties, she was also one of the original stars of Total Divas alongside Nikki and Brie Bella.