Sunday, December 27, 2020

WWE mourns death of 41-year-old wrestler .

Professional wrestling superstar John Huber, better known by his stage name Brodie Lee, has passed away. The 41-year-old died on Saturday, December 26 of a lung issue, although it was not related to COVID-19.


 His wife Amanda Huber confirmed that her hubby by family and other loved ones in his final moment on earth in her official statement. 

Huber made a name for himself initially as an independent wrestler, plying his trade on promotions including Dragon Gate and Combat Zone Wrestling. 

He then transitioned into the mainstream with WWE as Luke Harper, where he quickly became one of the hottest stars on the platform.

 He wrestled in WWE between 2012 and 2019 where he was part of the popular Wyatt family and The Bludgeon Brothers tag team with Erick Rowan.

 He then joined the All Wrestling Elite where he worked under the name Brodie Lee but did not feature in any fight since October 7 after losing the TNT championship to Cody Rhodes. WWE also sent a message of condolence to the Huber family. 

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