Amanda Huber posts touching tribute on Brodie Lee’s AEW debut anniversary. Brodie Lee revealed himself as the exalted one a year ago.
Exactly one year ago, Brodie Lee made his AEW debut as the leader of ‘The Dark Order’. The Exalted One would go on to become the TNT Champion after a quick win over Cody on the August 22nd episode od Dynamite. He eventually dropped the title back to Cody before going on a hiatus.
Unfortunately, that would be his last appearance on the show. Brodie battled a lung issue before eventually succumbing to it on December 26, 2020. His wife, Amanda Huber, later confirmed that the cause of death was idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis; a rare disease that causes progressive and irreversible decline in lung function.
Amanda Huber posts touching tribute on Brodie Lee’s AEW debut anniversary
Amanda Huber took to Instagram to post a heartfelt tribute to her late husband. She said that it was the happiest she had seen him even though he debuted in his hometown of Rochester without an audience. He rolled with it and it is now her turn to do the same even if life has gone off the rails for her.
“You bet on yourself. (My money was always on you)
It wasn’t the debut you envisioned. Rochester would have went crazy. But it’s ok, you rolled with it.
You were the happiest I had seen you in years. You got to show the world what I always saw.
Life went off the rails and now it’s my turn to roll with it.
I’m forever thankful for allelitewrestling place in our lives the past 365 days. They have shaped who I am and who our family is.
Best thing I can say to everyone out there…. work hard, chase your dreams, roll with the punches, and bet on yourself.
You know what that means.”
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Brodie Lee’s unfortunate passing was met with tributes and outpour of love from the fans and his peers. It was evident how much he meant to everyone that had worked with him, not just as a fellow wrestler but as a person too.
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