The talented professional wrestler Jon Huber died on Saturday. He is best known for playing Luke Harper on the World Wrestling Entertainment Show.
He is 41 years old.
His wife, Amanda Huber, announced his death on Instagram on Saturday night. She said the cause of death was due to “pulmonary problems not related to Covid.”
Her headline said: “My heart is broken.”
All Elite Wrestling President and CEO Tony Khan expressed condolences on Twitter: “I am shocked by the passing of Jon Huber, Jon Huber was The fan is called Mr. Brodie Lee (formerly Luke Harper). Jon is a great man. His family is the first, his lover’s wife Amanda and his son Brodie + Nolan). He likes wrestling and he is good at wrestling. He likes your fans. Please keep him in mind.”
WWE shared his thoughts on Huber’s death on the company’s website: “Attracted by Luke Harper and Brodie Lee, Huber has succeeded in every step of his sports and entertainment career because of his soft-spoken but impressive Existence helped him create countless moments of awe-inspiring. After being carefully decorated on an independent track, Harper made his debut in NXT and became a threatening performer of the Wyatt Family. Harper ( Harper and Rowan have formed a dominant tag team, which will lay the foundation for future tournament success.”
Huber’s actor, Luke Harper, is a member of the Wyatt family and belongs to and protects its leader, Bray Wyatt, in the wrestling world and its supporters Won the praise. Harper’s crazy eyes, huge beard, creepy demeanor, and incredible ring performance often serve as auxiliary roles for the melodious performance, but often steal the performance. During WWE, he served as the Intercontinental Champion and SmackDown Tag Team Champion.
WWE released Huber in December 2019, and then joined All Elite Wrestling as Brodie Lee in March 2020. As “Exalted One”, Lee led the Dark Order faction and immediately challenged Jon Moxley (Dead Ambrose of WWE) to participate in the “Double or Nothing” PPV. Later, he defeated Cody Rhodes in the AEW TNT Championship and then returned it to Rhodes in October.
Huber, born in Rochester, New York, won Brodie Lee’s performance on the Indie Tour. He has played for Chikara, Square Fillet Wrestling, Ring of Honor, American Dragon Gate and Japan Longmen show. Then, before his WWE debut in 2013, he signed a development contract with Florida Championship Wrestling and NXT.
Huber’s wife Amanda and the wrestling community expressed their condolences for their death on Saturday night: