On December 26th, 2020, the world of professional wrestling lost one of the most beloved wrestlers in the wrestling industry and one of the greatest and kind-hearted human beings ever, Brodie Lee (A.K.A. Jon Huber), at the age of 41. Lee was most popularly known as Luke Harper in WWE as part of the Wyatt Family as well as the leader of the Dark Order in AEW known as “The Exalted One.”
Since Brodie’s unfortunate passing, many of his closest friends and family members and even his loyal fans has paid homage and tribute to the late AEW Star in their own ways. All Elite Wrestling has also continued to honor his legacy by signing his son, Brodie Lee Jr., to a contract and making him a part of The Dark Order. Brodie Lee was even included in AEW’s Elite GM Mobile Game.
Brodie Lee’s honor has also continued with the recent signing of his wife, Amanda Huber, to All Elite Wrestling as she took to her Twitter and announced that she is officially working with the company on their Community Outreach Team, which is legitimately her dream job. Amanda then thanked AEW President and CEO Tony Khan, Chief Brand Officer Brandi Rhodes and Executive Vice Presidents Cody Rhodes, World Champion Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks.
Cody Rhodes then took to his Twitter and revealed that it was Tony Khan’s decision to hire Amanda and that the Community Outreach Team was created to do good when the cameras are on and more importantly, when they’re off.
You can check out the tweets below:
Words can’t express how happy I am right now.— Amanda (@MandaLHuber) October 15, 2021
The ability to be a part of @AEW and work with the communities is legitimately a dream job.
Thank you @TonyKhan @CodyRhodes @TheBrandiRhodes @youngbucks @KennyOmegamanX pic.twitter.com/k0Sytyymw1
GREAT day – Please welcome @MandaLHuber to The Community Outreach Team. @TonyKhan has placed her on the best team as we approach each community AEW performs in and make strides to do good when the cameras are on…and more importantly, when they’re off. Welcome Amanda! pic.twitter.com/mNvu98la6H— Cody (@CodyRhodes) October 15, 2021