WWE Hall of Famer Hospitalized, Bray Wyatt and Bo Dallas Leave WWE Raw Tonight to Be at His Side

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According to PWInsider.com, WWE Hall of Famer Robert “Blackjack Mulligan” Windham has been hospitalized in Florida, and his son-in-law Mike Rotunda, along with his grandsons Bray Wyatt and Bo Dallas, have left WWE Raw in Alabama to be with him.

Mulligan’s condition is unknown at this time, but it’s obviously serious enough that Wyatt and Dallas left Raw to be with their ailing grandfather. Mulligan was previously hospitalized in 2015 after suffering a heart attack.

Mulligan, real name Robert Deroy Windham, was born on November 26, 1942 and was a professional wrestler, author and American football player. He is the father of wrestlers Barry and Kendall Windham, father-in-law of Mike Rotunda, and the maternal grandfather of Bray Wyatt and Bo Dallas.

Update on 4/21/16: After dealing with health issues in recent years and being hospitalized with a heart attack several months earlier, Windham was hospitalized in Florida in February 2016. He died on April 7, 2016.