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"Very little" - Kevin Nash reacts to WWE's Brodie Lee post

Kevin Nash (left); Brodie Lee (right)
Kevin Nash (left); Brodie Lee (right)
Vatsal Rathod
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Modified 29 Dec 2020, 18:07 IST
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The entire wrestling world has been in a state of deep shock and sorrow ever since the news of Brodie Lee's untimely passing broke out. Several wrestling personalities from AEW, WWE, and other promotions have paid tribute to Brodie Lee and shared stories about him.

WWE's official social media handles too have shared multiple posts about Brodie Lee during his time in the company as Luke Harper. They posted a small video documentary with the caption, "Learn a little about the life and journey of Jon Huber in this candid documentary."

WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash replied to the tweet, saying:

Brodie Lee's (fka Luke Harper) stint in WWE

Brodie Lee signed with WWE in March 2012 and wrestled for FCW under the ring name Luke Harper. He made his NXT TV debut as the 'first son' of The Wyatt Family alongside Bray Wyatt. Rowan later joined The Wyatt Family and won the NXT Tag Team Championship with Harper.

Brodie Lee made his main roster debut on Monday Night RAW as part of The Wyatt Family in 2013. During his time in WWE, he won the Intercontinental Championship and the SmackDown Tag Team Championship twice. WWE released Brodie Lee in December 2019, after which he debuted on AEW as The Exalted One and the leader of The Dark Order.

Published 28 Dec 2020, 18:35 IST
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