Professional wrestling star Jon Huber died on Saturday. He is 41 years old.
All elite wrestlers confirmed Huber’s death in the statement.
“The whole family in Almighty Wrestling broke their hearts. In an industry full of good people, Jon Huber is respected and loved by all quarters-a powerful and charismatic talent, a thoughtful and thoughtful mentor and a very kind soul. Incompatible with his personality in “Bruce Lee,” the statement read.
“Jon’s love for his wife Amanda and children Brodie and Nolan is obvious to all of us. They are lucky to spend time with him. We Show his love and support to his beautiful family, both now and now. Jon enjoys a high reputation among his peers. Moreover, his influence on wrestling circles has spread all over the world and has surpassed the early warning aircraft, so this loss will be very long. It was felt by many people over a period of time.”
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Huber’s wife, Amanda, wrote on Instagram that her husband died of a non-COVID-related lung disease.
“I never wanted to write these words. My heart is broken. The world sees him as an amazing @brodielee (fka Luke Harper), but he is my best friend, my husband and you are the greatest ever Father. Can express the love I feel or how broken I am now. After an uphill battle with non-Covid-related lung diseases, he is surrounded by lovers. @mayoclinic is actually the best doctor in the world I am full of lasting love with the nurse team,” she wrote.
As soon as news of the funeral came out, Gomber flocked to Huber.
Huber, despite having shine on independent circuits with Chikara and Ring of Honor, has signed with WWE and is a stable member of the Wyatt family. He joined AEW earlier this year as “The Exalted One”, a member of The Dark Order faction.
He was a star of AEW and won the AEW TNT Championship in August.
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His wife and two children survived.