She is married to former WWE wrestler Bray Wyatt, and on March 27, 2019, Offerman revealed on Instagram that she and Wyatt were expecting a child, who was delivered on May 18, 2019. Hyrie Von Rotunda, the couple's second child, was born on May 28, 2020.
Bray Wyatt and JoJo Ryder are engaged after marrying in October 2017. They announced their engagement on April Fools' Day 2018.
Bray Wyatt and JoJo Ryder married on October 23, 2017, at the First Baptist Church in Gilbert, Arizona. The wedding took place four months after Wyatt returned from wrestling overseas and attacked John Cena at WrestleMania 33.
Bray Wyatt and JoJo Ryder have two children together: a son named Abel James Wyatt (born May 18, 2019) and a daughter named Ava Rae Wyatt (born August 7, 2021).
Bray Wyatt and JoJo Ryder announced their divorce on January 24, 2019. A source told People magazine that the marriage only lasted eight months because "Wyatt doesn't want to be tied down".
However, earlier this year, JoJo claimed that she and Wyatt were still married and planning to marry again soon. She also said that they had joint legal custody of their sons and that Wyatt has full physical custody of them.
JoJo Offerman is a joyful mother of two children she shares with her fiance, fellow WWE star Bray Wyatt. Despite the fact that her relationship with Wyatt was plagued by scandal in the beginning, JoJo continues to flourish in love. Here's a look into her personal life.
Born Josephine Ager on January 1st, 1976, in Portland, Oregon, she was raised by her single mother who worked several jobs to provide for her family. Her father was absent during most of her childhood, but he did reach out to her through letters and calls when she was younger. He passed away when JoJo was 19 years old.
She started writing songs at a very young age and performed them in school plays until she reached high school when she decided to pursue music seriously. She played in local bands for several years before moving onto other occupations to support herself and her family. She worked as a sales representative for an optical company and a cashier at a grocery store before joining WWE in 2015.
Her first experience on WWE's main roster came just a few months after she joined the company as she competed in one match at the 2015 WrestleMania 31 where she was defeated by Nikki Bella. Since then, she has appeared on various television programs including Raw, SmackDown Live, and Main Event while also making guest appearances on other shows such as The Bachelorette, Dancing With the Stars, and Jimmy Kimmel Live!
The renowned member of the roster, 34, hasn't featured in WWE programming since April. Bray Wyatt, one of the most visible members of the WWE roster in the previous decade, has left the business. On Saturday, WWE revealed that Wyatt (real name Windham Rotunda) had been freed from his contract.
Wyatt first entered the WWE in 2010 and became a household name during his time with the brand. He was known for his villainous character that often involved cursing at fans during matches. In 2011, he won the World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania 23 before losing it two months later at the same event to John Cena.
After his run with the championship, Wyatt went on to win multiple awards including the Match of the Year for 2011 against John Cena at WWE's top prize award ceremony - The Award Show. In 2012, he returned from a three-year hiatus and challenged Cena for another title match at 2013's WrestleMania 29 which he lost again. Since then, he has gone on to play a major role in several storylines including Team B.A.D. and the new faction, #BrandBray.
In 2019, Wyatt returned from an injury layoff and participated in the Survivor Series pre-show where he faced off against Shawn Michaels. During the match, he used a forbidden move called the Codebreaker on HBK. As a result, WWE declared him no longer part of their roster and released him following the incident.
WWE has terminated Bray Wyatt's contract. "WWE has reached an agreement on Bray Wyatt's release," WWE said in a statement on its website. "We wish him every success in his future pursuits."
Wyatt first entered the world of professional wrestling in 2012, when he was drafted to Raw by Vince McMahon, the chairman of WWE. Under the tutelage of Randy Orton, then the captain of Raw, Wyatt advanced through the ranks and became one of the company's top stars. In 2014, he was named number one contender for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at the 2015 Royal Rumble but was defeated by Roman Reigns.
Through most of 2016, Wyatt was part of the faction known as The Wyatts, which included his brother Luke and their cousin Noah. The group was involved in several controversies during this time, including a standoff with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 31 and attacking Paul Heyman after he helped CM Punk win the WWE Title at SummerSlam. However, in October 2016, Bray Wyatt was stripped of all titles after violating the terms of his employment agreement by leaving WWE's active roster. He has not returned since then and it is unknown if he will ever return to the company.
According to Bleacher Report, the couple eventually finalized their divorce after originally refusing to pay spousal and child support. Bray and JoJo are still married and have two children: boy Knash (born in 2019) and daughter Hyrie (born in 2020).
Bray Wyatt started dating WWE Diva JoJo during the early part of 2018. The pair became engaged that summer but called off their wedding plans just a few months later. In January 2019, it was reported that they had finally divorced following several years of marriage.
In May 2019, JoJo revealed on Twitter that she had been arrested for domestic violence against her former husband Bray. She wrote, "I am not trying to be disrespectful or anything like that but I think it's important people know what happened before I came to WWE." She went on to say that she has never hit or tried to hurt Bray and that the arrest was a mistake. She also noted that she has a protective order filed against her.
Bray responded by saying that he is aware of the arrest and that it was related to a case from when they were married. He said he doesn't want any more trouble for her and that he is trying to help her get through this situation.
He added that he hopes people don't judge her based on this one incident but instead look at the person she has become since meeting him.
Bray Wyatt (with his alter persona Fiend constantly there) and former Raw and Smackdown champion Alexa Bliss have created a new and very weird relationship on WWE TV screens in recent months. The two will often be found together either commenting on events that have taken place or interacting with the audience during matches.
They are both characters, so this isn't real life interaction between them. But since they're both from Montreal, maybe they met while working there? All we know is that they seem to like each other and keep showing up at each other's events.
It's possible that these two stars could one day meet in real life too because WWE has done such a great job with their fiction storylines, but until then, let them love each other from afar.