- The company dedicated the episode of RAW in memory of the formerly known as Luke Harper
- Xavier Woods addressed Huber directly on RAW Talk
During the Monday Night RAW broadcasts on the USA Network, WWE and its superstars paid various tributes in memory of the late Jon Huber .
The world of wrestling was hit hard when Jon Huber’s passing at the age of 41 was announced . In the last hours, several workers and former WWE colleagues used their social networks to dedicate messages to the memory of the competitor known in the company’s ranks as Luke Harper . And tonight’s episode of RAW was not far behind. Before the broadcast began, a plaque noted that the show was dedicated to the memory of Jon Huber “Luke Harper . “
— WWE on BT Sport (@btsportwwe) December 29, 2020
From now on, the company’s workers made subtle tributes to the memory of the former intercontinental champion and in pairs. Commentator Tom Phillips and top champion Drew McIntyre echoed the phrase “It’s Monday, you know what that means” that Huber popularized on social media prior to his arrival at AEW. WWE Top Champion and Alexa Bliss also featured “Yeah, Yeah, Yeah” in their promos. In more egregious cases, both Ricochet and Xavier Woods employed signature Huber ring moves . Xavier could be seen wearing a black band on his arm with the name “BRODIE”.
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Xavier Woods Dedicated A Message To Jon Huber On Raw Talk
Precisely, it was Xavier Woods the first to speak about Jon Huber in front of a WWE camera. During the edition of RAW Talk after this week’s red show, The New Day did not hesitate to dedicate a few words to the competitor . “We are here to pay respect to someone who deserves it very much,” Woods clarified with his teammate Kofi Kingston at his side.
“Brodie Lee. Luke Harper. Jon Huber. That man is our friend . If you didn’t get a chance to meet him, he was a fantastic human being who did too much for this industry. He touched many lives, and was capable of making anyone feel good. no matter if he was a wrestler, a producer or a fan. He was a very important person, both to me and to this company. We will miss you very much. “