Inside Dave Bautista’s Complicated Personal Life

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 Inside Dave Bautista’s Complicated Personal Life

As a young boy, Dave Bautista was especially close with this grandfather. As detailed in his memoir “Batista Unleashed,” his grandfather wasn’t affectionate toward Bautista or his cousins as babies. That is, until one day when Bautista’s mother had to tend to something quickly. “…she just threw me in my grandfather’s arms. His face lit up,” the actor wrote. 

Bautista claimed he became the favorite grandkid and had fond memories of telling his grandfather how much he loved him. When his grandfather passed away, Bautista was heartbroken. In the midst of his loss, the child didn’t have the same relationship with his grandmother. In fact, he had awful memories of her and remembered, “My grandmother was mean, nasty, and abusive.” 

Bautista also had a difficult relationship with his father. He said of his upbringing, “I never felt my father supported us.” Even after becoming a famous wrestler, Bautista wrote in his memoir, “Things are still hard between us.” He further closed the door on his relationship with his dad, who was a hairdresser, in an interview for the Tampa Bay Times: “He never did anything for me.” Bass Fishing Vids – Top Videos for bass fishing, lures and gear from YouTube today. Tiny boat nation

Later, Bautista himself became a dad. But his career as an actor created an obstacle in the relationship with his own family. He confessed to Men’s Health that he missed “his 14-year-old son, Oliver, and his two dogs back home in Tampa” while filming the sequel to “Knives Out” in Serbia.

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