“On a night in late December”- A Twitter User Shares Unknown Story Of How Maxxine Dupri’s Brother Passed Away

Maxxine Dupri’s Brother has become a trending name on social media after Candice LeRae mentioned him on RAW. Last night on RAW, Maxxine Dupri teamed up with Ivy Nile to take on the duo of Candice LeRae and Indi Hartwell.

The pair of Dupri and Nile dominated the proceedings initially, but LeRae played mind games with Dupri by reminding her how the fans did not like her. She crossed all limits when she referred to Maxxine’s late brother, saying that he was not there to see the embarrassment his sister had become.

After the RAW episode, many fans were curious to know about Maxxine Dupri’s brother. Apparently, some fans thought that LA Knight was Maxxine’s brother because the company initially portrayed him as Max Dupri on SmackDown. He founded the Maximum Male Models with Mace and Mansoor before Maxxine took over the faction.


However, a popular X user later shared the full story and wrote:

“Maxxine’s real life brother Wyatt Zmrzel passed away in 2017 at the age of 22. He relied on car services because he suffered seizures & struggled to use the right side of his body due to a rare genetic condition called adrenoleukodystrophy. On a night in late December his life came to a sudden end after his Lyft driver pulled onto a Highway at a rural intersection straight into the path of a Toyota 4Runner.”

WWE used Maxxine Dupri’s brother to add heat to the new rivalry

It is evident that WWE wants to bring maximum heat possible to this new rivalry between Candice LeRae and Maxxine Dupri. Hence, the company even allowed LeRae to mention her rival’s brother while raising the mic volume in the middle of the match.

LeRae secured a win against Dupri on this week’s edition of RAW. This rivalry has just started, and it may even lead to a WrestleMania XL match between the two female stars next month.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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