Amanda Huber Shares Tribute 3 Years After Death Of Husband & AEW

Wrestling World Remembers Brodie Lee's Inspiring Legacy

by Noman Rasool
Amanda Huber Shares Tribute 3 Years After Death Of Husband & AEW
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Three years have passed since the wrestling world faced a profound loss with the untimely passing of AEW star Brodie Lee, formerly known as Luke Harper in WWE. At the age of 41, his departure left a significant void in the hearts of fans, fellow wrestlers, and most importantly, his family.

Despite the passage of time, Lee's legacy continues to resonate powerfully in the wrestling community and within the lives of his wife, Amanda Huber, and sons Brodie Jr., affectionately known as Negative One, and Nolan. On a poignant Tuesday afternoon, Amanda Huber shared a heartfelt tribute to her late husband on social media.

Her TikTok video, set to the emotional strains of Lukas Graham's "Here (For Christmas)," is a moving montage that intertwines Lee's professional highlights in AEW with cherished home videos. These intimate glimpses into their family life, featuring Lee engaging in everyday joys like playing video games, dancing, and playing whiffle ball with his sons, paint a picture of the man behind the wrestling persona.

The video also includes touching moments of Amanda, Brodie Jr., and Nolan navigating life in the wake of Lee's passing. This tribute captured the attention of the wrestling community, notably among Lee's AEW colleagues. Amanda, who continues to play an integral role in AEW's Community Outreach program, received an outpouring of support.

Notable reactions included heart emojis from AEW's Sammy Guevara and the highly sought-after free agent Deonna Purrazzo. Chris Jericho, a close friend and admirer of Lee, expressed his heartfelt miss for the former AEW TNT Champion.

Widespread Tributes to Lee

The remembrance of Brodie Lee extends beyond Amanda's touching tribute. The wrestling world collectively honors his memory. WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins recently paid homage to Lee and Bray Wyatt during an event at Madison Square Garden.

Similarly, AEW owner Tony Khan, Lee's former boss, shared his own tributes on social media platforms, reflecting the widespread respect and affection Lee garnered throughout his career. As the wrestling community commemorates the third anniversary of Brodie Lee's passing, it becomes evident that his spirit and influence continue to live on.

Through the memories shared by his family, colleagues, and fans, Lee's legacy endures, underscoring the impact he had both in and out of the ring.

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